Daniil Medvedev provides shout out to his workforce following US Open victory

World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev acknowledged the significance of his workforce following his US Open victory. Medvedev, 25, claimed his maiden Grand Slam crown after beating Novak Djokovic within the US Open closing. Medvedev has loved a giant summer time, successful the Toronto Masters and making the Cincinnati Masters semifinal earlier than the US Open.

Medvedev’s massive aim for the 2021 season was to win a maiden Grand Slam and now he has achieved it.

Medvedev’s coach Gilles Cervara did a wonderful job

Cervara ready a number of methods for the US Open closing in opposition to Djokovic.

Cervara did nice as Medvedev handed a 6-4 6-4 6-4 loss to Djokovic. “To begin with, we all the time speak techniques earlier than the match with my coach, the day earlier than. Often takes 5, ten minutes, some small issues. Most likely the place I will serve, what I will do in the course of the factors,” Medvedev revealed.

“When it is in opposition to Novak, it took like most likely half-hour. Why? As a result of we performed already, like, I do not know, perhaps seven matches earlier than this one, perhaps much more. Each match was totally different simply because he is so good that each match is totally different.

He alters his techniques, he alters his method. “What was totally different earlier than Australian Open that I had, yeah, clear plan in my thoughts what I’ve to do by which second. After all, it could rely so much on him as a result of, once more, generally you need to be aggressive, generally defensive.

I had a transparent plan which did appear to work. “Was he at his finest? Perhaps not at this time. He had plenty of strain. I had plenty of strain, too, concerning the danger on the second serve, it was due to the arrogance I had. I knew I can not give him simple serves as a result of that is what he likes. In order that was the plan. Due to the arrogance in plenty of tight moments, I managed to do it effectively.”

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