Daniil Medvedev: 'I will not win as many Grand Slams as Novak Djokovic did'
spoke about his future. The Russian player feels very motivated thinking of what's next although he is aware of the limits. "I do not think I can win as many Grand Slams as Novak Djokovic. I can only say that every Grand Slam I play in, I will fight until the end.
And if I manage to win a lot of them, it will be great. That's what I am working for." He also revealed: "I like reading sports media, it's particularly interesting when they write about you, it's interesting to know other people's opinion.
Even if it's a bad one. And if it's good, then it's nice to read it. There are always different comments and opinions, which is normal."
He loves the St. Petersburg tournament: "It's my favorite one throughout the season, here it's all first class.
You love the environment. A lot of great players are coming back here. The crowd plays an enormous role in the game. You can inspire young people."
The 23-year-old, analyzing his triumph in the Russian event, concluded: “It’s an amazing feeling.
I decided that after Cincinnati, my style is going to be to try not to show any emotions when I win. I find it funny for myself… for my own reasons, and that’s what I did today, but I was extremely happy and it was tough to hide my emotions”.