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Medvedev vs Tsitsipas: head-to-head, stats, all you need to know about the rivalry

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have played each other 11 times, most recently at the ATP Finals in Turin. Here is all you need to know about their head-to-head and previous clashes

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas at the 2022 Australian Open Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas at the 2022 Australian Open Image Credit: AI/ Reuters/ Panoramic

Medvedev vs Tsitsipas: Head-to-Head

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have met 11 times so far with the Russian leading their head-to-head by 7 wins to 4 losses.

While Medvedev won their first five meetings, the pair split the next four most encounters and Tsitsipas won the latest, a 6-3, 6-7 (11), 7-6 victory in the group stages of the ATP Finals on November 16, 2022.

Tsitsipas’ victory in Cincinnati earlier in the summer was his first win on hard courts over Medvedev in their six meetings on outdoor hard courts. The Greek now leads 2-1 indoors and it’s 1-1 on outdoor clay.

Before their semi-final clash at the 2022 Cincinnati Masters, their most recent clash came in the semi-finals of the 2022 Australian Open, which Medvedev won in four sets.

Who has won more titles between Medvedev and Tsitsipas?

Medvedev has won 15 career titles, including a Grand Slam (the 2021 US Open title) while Tsitsipas has won nine singles title so far. The Russian has also won four ATP Masters 1000 titles and the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals once (2020).

Meanwhile, Tsitsipas has won two ATP Masters 1000 Series titles and won the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in 2019.

Who has the better stats in terms of win-loss and prize money?

Medvedev’s career win-loss record stands at 267-118 while Tsitsipas is at 249-119.

In terms of career prize money, the Russian has earned almost $28 million while the Greek has won more than $21 million.

Medvedev and Tsitsipas: Are they friends?

The relationship between the two got off to a rocky start when they exchanged a few words at the end of their first-ever clash in Miami in 2018.

Since then, the pair have had a respectful relationship when it comes to their tennis. Speaking after his quarter-final win in Cincinnati, Tsitsipas said, “He (Medvedev) is one of the best. For me, I’m going to have to play my game. I have been playing good so far. Of course the obstacle like Daniil is never easy, but I’m going to try and be concentrated and try and approach my game in the most precise, best manner and let my tennis do the talking, and the rest will present itself if it’s something that I deserve.”

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