On Sunday, Medvedev defended the 2020 title against Zverev, but he did not give him a chance in the final of the Champions Tournament. After defeating twice 4: 6, he came disappointed to the locker room, where another unpleasant surprise awaited him.
He found out that his luxury watch Bovet 86 had disappeared from his locker at a cost of more than five million crowns, according to the daily La Stampa. The tennis player immediately reported the matter to the police as suspected of theft. She found the watch in a few hours, but gave no further details. The investigation is said to be ongoing.
Medvedev is not the only tennis player whose personal belongings have been stolen recently. Recently, Andy Murray asked fans for help in finding his used sneakers, on which he wore a wedding ring. Even in this case, the search had a happy ending.