From the Shanghai Rolex Masters to Rolex Paris Masters. With a dozen months late on the schedule, Daniil Medvedev came back to success in the AP Tour just on the eve of the London Finals. In the penultimate, true, seasonal appointment he wakes up from the torpor accumulated in the summer months.
The Russian joins Marat Safin (2002 and 2004), Nikolay Davydenko (2006) and Karen Khachanov (2018) in the national list and in the Paris-Indoor adds pearl number eight to the series of titles and reaches three in the category of Alexander Zverev.
At least a finalist in four of the six tournaments played since the restart (and back from twelve consecutive victories among others) which, however, dies completely, and probably understandably, in the heart of the second set.
The final 5-7 6-3 6-1 against the German tennis player is therefore in some way emblematic. Below the highlights of the Parisian ATP Masters 1000 between Alexander Zverev and Daniil Medvedev.