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Tarpischev urged not to overestimate Medvedev’s entry into the final of the tournament in Mexico

The head of the Russian Tennis Federation noted that the Englishman Cameron Norrie will be an extremely convenient opponent for Daniil Medvedev in the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos

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Daniil Medvedev

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Do not overestimate the entry of Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev into the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos (Mexico). This was announced to RBC Sport by the President of the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) Shamil Tarpishchev.

“He should win this final, logically. Functionally it looks good. Plays, judging by the scores, confidently and reliably. But the victory should not be overestimated. She will definitely not let him stay in first place in the ranking. Everything will be decided at the US Open. This result is just an addition to the fact that it would be hard to overtake him. Norrie will be a convenient opponent for Daniel. He is simpler, because he plays predictably, ”Tarpishchev said.

Daniil Medvedev reached the final of the tournament in Los Cabos

Daniil Medvedev defeated Serb Miomir Ketsmanovich in the semifinals of the ATP tournament in Los Cabos, Mexico. The meeting ended with a score of 7:6 (7:0), 6:1 in favor of Medvedev.

In the final, Medvedev will play the winner of the meeting between Briton Cameron Norrie and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime.

Medvedev leads ATP rating for the eighth week in a row, he has 7625 points. On the second line are Alexander Zverev (6850), followed by Spaniards Rafael Nadal (6165) and Carlos Alcaras (5035).

In 2021, Medvedev became the winner of the US Open, defeating Serbian Novak Djokovic in the final. For the Russian, this victory was the first and so far the only one in the Grand Slam tournament.

This year the US Open will be held from August 29 to September 11 in New York. The prize fund of the tournament in the United States is the largest among all Grand Slam tournaments. In 2022, it will amount to more than $60 million.

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