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After the controversy, Medvedev praised the Turin fans

After the controversy, Medvedev praised the Turin fans

ESPNtenis.comNovember 18, 2023 at 3:56 pmReading: 2 minutes.

Daniil MedvedevNo. 3 on the ATP Tour, fell in the semifinals of the ATP Finals against Yannick Siner. At the end of the meeting, Despite the specific exchange at some point in the gameThe Russian stood out in front of the Turin crowd.

“Honestly, nothing happened with people. I lost my mind over the break I missed. I think people were very friendly in Turin all week. It is natural for them to support Sinner, however When I took good shots I received applause, which was very nice.” – said the Muscovite.

Daniil Medvedev fell to Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals of the ATP Finals.GT

These statements contradict markedly the statements of the Russian a few weeks ago during the Paris Masters 1000 tournament. On French soil, The Russian complained on several occasions about the audience and threatened not to continue playing.

“I won’t say anything, I don’t want to say bad things about the tournament in general. The problem is that it is not going well. In every match the same thing happens, but things simply happen. There are some things. Tournaments that I would like to return to, and Here in Paris, I have problems with the public“He commented at the time.

However, the Italian public had nothing but words of gratitude. “I felt good energy on the field, and that’s why they saw me after the match thanking people.”He expressed.

With the 2023 season practically over, Medvedev has already started planning for 2024. In this sense, he admitted that he will probably not participate in the Australian Open until January. “I will try to take more time off than usual and start the year with a major tournament, which is something new for me.”claimed.

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Finally, set aside a few minutes from the conference False praise. He concluded his speech by saying: “He is playing very well. He runs well, and he is also very decisive with his volleys and serves. We will see how he performs in the final.”

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