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Monday, December 05, 2022

Medvedev sees Nadal as No. 1 in ATP rankings at year’s end: “Until I win everything…”

Daniil Medvedev he is going to play ATP 250 Los Cabos (Mexico) Not being able to play after being unemployed for a month Wimbledon Because of the veto imposed on Russian and Belarusian tennis players in British tournaments. This would serve as a filming for the tournament. Canada Masters 1000 And after the big date, US Open, Although he is currently No. 1 in the world, the Russians believe that Joe will end the year Rafa Nadal will be the leader of the ATP rankings,

How powerful the Russian was at the press conference: “Unless I win all the remaining tournaments, it will probably be Rafa Nadal who ends up as No. 1,

Nadal has won two Grand Slams in the year 2022: Australian Open and Roland Garros, They also won the Mexican Open and reached the final at Indian Wells, where they lost. taylor fritz, In Wimbledon reached the semi-finals, where he had to withdraw from injury,

medvedev Have to defend the marks secured in both the previous year Canada In form of US Open: “I know the most important thing is to try to win tournaments and try to win those points. So Can I keep number 1?,

In fact, the tennis player could lose the edge against the German this August. Alexander Zverev, if the Russian has a poor performance in the next tournament. If you want to keep the edge, you have to reach Los Cabos Final or in the quarter finals Canadaor go to the quarterfinals los cabos plus third round in Canada,

medvedev Australian will face rinki hijikata 16 inch round los cabos, Noting his absence over the past month, the Russian commented the following: “Every opponent can be tough, so the more games I win, the more confidence I accumulate. i have to feel my game again,

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