The Davis of the villain Medvedev

The same year that the United States, once the powerful dominator, has not put any tennis player, neither man nor woman, among the top ten in the world rankings, Russia has risen as the power of the 2021 course. He has won all three major team crowns, the ATP Cup, the Billie Jean King Cup and the recent Davis Cup, and a total of eleven titles. Even the Davis Junior has been taken, so the roller aims for the long term. The leader of this hatching his name is Daniil Medvedev, at the moment the best of the NextGen, who occupies the world number two and who has already registered his name in a Grand Slam, the last US Open, where he broke the historic record that Novak Djokovic was chasing. At Davis he did what a number one is required to do: win all five of his singles games.

Medvedev is already the leader of his country and of his generation, and in the near future he also aspires to be the leader of the ATP, where only Djokovic separates him from the world top. It is not far away. It will be one of his challenges for 2022. With Medvedev in full swing, a champion different from what was used in the reigning era of the Big Three also arrives on the circuit. The benevolence of Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, who by contrast served to award the unjust poster of evildoer to Djokovic, has gone down in history.

The attitude of the Muscovite on the court is unmatched. Behind an apparent image of coldness, Medvedev is defiant and provocative with the public. He has already been seen faced with the stands of New York, Paris and Madrid, three great tennis squares. Medvedev has no problem taking on that villain role, he doesn’t shy away from whistles and boos. On the contrary, it grows before them … and awaits his opportunity to respond at the end of the game, with gestures or statements, often shrouded in irony. Davis has witnessed.

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