The tennis world surrenders to Medvedev and encourages Djokovic to pursue the Grand Slam

The tennis world has vibrated in the last hours with the final of the US Open, which has left us as champion Daniil Medvedev At the same time that the Russian, with his first great, frustrated the Serbian’s dream of being the first male tennis player to win all four Grand Slam in the same year since Rod Laver in 1969.

One of the first to congratulate Medvedev on his meeting was the American Andy Roddick. “Medvedev’s impeccable match strategy. He deserved to win today. We have yet to acknowledge Novak’s incredible year (and for the past 15 years). This match has been fun to watch. Congratulations to both of you!”

Roddick himself pointed out in another tweet with irony how Federer could indirectly interfere so that Djokovic does not exceed him in Grand Slam numbers. “Nico Godsick, the son of Tony Godsick, Roger Federer’s agent, warmed up with Medvedev before their match today. He has played his part to keep everyone in 20 Grand Slam for now.”

Another tennis legend, Billie jean king, also congratulated Medvedev on his victory and emphasized Djokovic’s mistakes in the match: “My congratulations to Daniil Medvedev for being the US Open men’s individual champion. A round of applause for Medvedev who has played spectacularly. As he often says. Rod Laver, you can’t have a bad game in a big one and Novak has made a lot of unforced errors today. However, winning three of the 4 Grand Slams is very outstanding. “

Daniil Medvedev inherits the US Open crown that he held until yesterday Dominic Thiem, who did not hesitate to congratulate the Russian on his achievement: “What a performance! Congratulations on your first Grand Slam Daniil Medvedev!

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Another of the most emotional congratulations came from Juan Martin del Potro, who like Medvedev won his first and only Grand Slam title to date at the US Open: “Congratulations Daniil Medvedev, well done!” There are no words to describe what it feels like to win your first US Open, but I’d bet you’re the happiest man in the world right now! “

Rod Laver, the legend Djokovic could match this Sunday, He also celebrated Medvedev’s victory while again encouraging Djokovic to try to reissue his achievement of winning all four Grand Slam in the same year, something that no one has achieved on the men’s circuit since he did it in 1969: “Simply incredible Daniil Medvedev, you stopped number 1 on a fantastic night. Winning your first Grand Slam is always special but doing it against Novak Djokovic is something different. Cheer up Novak, the search continues. Best wishes. “

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