“If someone hadn’t told me a few days ago, I wouldn’t have known about it,” said Medvedev afterwards about his “milestone”: “Of course I want more wins, but it’s also nice to have 250 wins. We will try to keep winning.”
Medvedev was not allowed to serve at the classic lawn in Wimbledon due to the sanctions against Russian professionals, but he will again be one of the favorites at the fourth Grand Slam of the year in New York from August 29th.
Last year he defeated Novak Djokovic in the final and celebrated the first major triumph of his career.
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After the first preparatory match, Medvedev was now satisfied. “It’s definitely not easy to start again after a break like this, especially when you’re playing your first match on a hard court in a long time,” said the Muscovite, who now meets Lithuania’s Ricardas Berankis.
“I didn’t feel bad,” said the Russian about his start: “I could have just broken him a little more often. But if you win, everything is fine. That’s how I have to play in the upcoming matches.”
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