10 questions about Daniil Medvedev – Andreï Medvedev, wife, coach,
The 2019 US Open runner-up, Daniil Medvedev is the highest-ranked of the ATP ‘Next Gen’. Here is everything you need to know about the Russian
What happened to Daniil Medvedev in Monte-Carlo?
The Russian was seeded No 2 at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters in 2021, but ended up having to pull out of the event after he tested positive for Covid-19 before his first match. He had reached the semi-finals in his last appearance, in 2019.
What is Daniil Medvedev’s nickname in UTS4?
Medvedev, who is making his debut in UTS4 in May 2021, is nicknamed “The Chessmaster”, thanks to his love of chess and his technical prowess on the court. The Russian will headline the eight-man field for UTS4, to be held May 24, 25 at the Mouratoglou Academy on the French Riviera.
— Daniil Medvedev (@DaniilMedwed) May 8, 2021
What is Daniil Medvedev’s nationality?
Daniil Medvedev is Russian. He was born on February 11, 1996, in Moscow, Russia.
What are Daniil Medvedev’s best moments as a player?
Medvedev is best known for his trip to the US Open final in 2019, where he pushed Rafael Nadal to five sets and won over the New York crowds. But the Russian has excelled in other venues as well. At the end of 2020 he won back-to-back titles in Paris and London.
At the ATP Finals in London Medvedev became the first player in Nitto ATP Finals history to defeat the Top 3 ATP players by ranking at the same Nitto ATP Finals, and just the fourth player to do it in ATP history (since 1990).
Where does Daniil Medvedev train?
Medvedev and his family settled in Antibes, France when he was 18. He came to join the Elite Tennis Center run by Jean-René Lisnard (ex-world No.84), in Cannes. Medvedev then moved to Monte-Carlo in 2017. Several of his fellow players live in Monaco, including Novak Djokovic, Zverev, Milos Raonic, Gäel Monfils and Grigor Dimitrov. Medvedev speaks Russian, French and English.
Who is Daniil Medvedev’s coach?
Gilles Cervara has been Medvedev’s full-time coach since September 2017. Cervara is the Elite Tennis Center co-founder, along with Lisnard. Cervara was a sparring partner for Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Thomas Enqvist, Marat Safin and Justine Henin. Cervara was named ATP Coach of the Year by his peers in 2019 after Medvedev’s breakout season (four titles including two Masters 1000s, as well as finishing as the US Open runner-up, year-end world No.5). His fitness trainer is Eric Hernandez, who also works in the Elite Tennis Center.
Is Daniil Medvedev related to Andreï Medvedev?
Daniil Medvedev has no family ties with Andreï Medvedev. Andrei Medvedev was a Ukrainian tennis player who was on the Tour during the 1990s. He won 11 titles, including four Masters 1000 events. Medvedev also reached the 1999 French Open final, which he lost against Andre Agassi after blowing a two-set lead. He was the champion at the Roland-Garros junior event in 1991. His highest ATP ranking was No 4 in 1994.
Who is Daniil Medvedev’s wife?
Medvedev married Daria in September 2018 after living with her for four years. A former top 100 junior tennis player, Daria studied journalism. “Daria is my main support. I cannot say anything without her. She showed me the beauty of life, which I had never seen before. Life is beautiful! I would like to live all my life with her. She is much more confident than me. She showed me how to handle life.”
Who are his parents?
Daniil Medvedev is the son of Sergey Medvedev and Olga Medvedeva. His little sister is named Elena.
What does Medvedev mean in Russian?
Medvedev is a family name originating from the Russian word “medved”, which stands for “bear”. Many Eastern Europe personalities are named Medvedev, such as former Russian president Dmitri Medvedev.
Which racquet does Daniil Medvedev play with?
Medvedev plays with the Tecnifibre ATP TFight 305 XTC racquet, like Jérémy Chardy. The Russian’s clothing sponsor is Lacoste, with whom he signed a deal in 2019. His previous sponsor was Lotto. He wears Nike shoes.
What is Daniil Medvedev’s net worth?
As of May 9, 2021, Medvedev has earned around $15.8 million in prize money from tournaments since his pro debut. With close to $8 million ($6.16 million) earned in 2019, he was the fifth-highest earner on the ATP Tour.