Russia’s Honored Coach Yanchuk said it would be difficult for Medvedev to maintain his current form.
MOSCOW, March 4 – RIA Novosti, Vasily Bogdanov. Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev will beat everyone in a row, but it will be difficult to maintain his current form, according to Russia’s honored coach Viktor Yanchuk.
On Saturday, Medvedev defeated Andrey Rublev in the $2.8 million ATP 500 final in Dubai. The match ended in favor of the third racket of the tournament with a score of 6:2 and 6:2.
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Medvedev won the tournament for the third time in a row, extending his winning streak to 14 games. This title became the 18th in his career for a Moscow native.
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