Russian tennis superstar Daniil Medvedev doesn't appear to be concerned about the possibility of players soon finding a winning formula against him. The 23-year-old has been playing outstanding tennis over the last two months, having reached six consecutive finals.
The Russian won it all at the St. Petersburg Open, the Masters 1000 events in Cincinnati and Shanghai, while he ended runner-up at the US Open, Montreal Masters and Citi Open In Washington. En route to winning it all in Shanghai, Medvedev beat world No.
7 Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinal and improved his head-to-head record against the Greek star to 5-0. "Well, Tsitsipas tried to find a way [to beat me] five time already -- hasn't had much success so far," Medvedev told Sports.ru.
World No. 4 Medvedev insists he is a chill guy off the court but it all changes when he is competing. "I'm very calm and reasonable in everyday life but it all changes when I'm playing, no matter what game -- tennis or PlayStation," Medvedev claimed.
"It always greatly surprised me and people around me: how could such a good boy do such the [bad] things on the court?"