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Medvedev literally executed his opponent at Roland Garros! The Serbian won only one match and retired

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 09:16:44

Medvedev literally executed his opponent at Roland Garros! The Serbian won only one match and retired

Pavel Panyshev May 30, 2024, 1:30 PM Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Daniil missed Miomir Kecmanovic and the Russian’s game on clay remains impressive.

The first lap at Roland Garros, which started in Paris, definitely cannot be considered an overtaking lap for Daniil Medvedev. The tenacious German Dominik Köpfer managed to take a set from the Russian and generally looked good, but the superior class of the fifth racket in the world (the gap behind Alexander Zverev is 10 points) could not help but take effect. And after the match, Daniil once again demonstrated his excellent knowledge of the French language.

The local public was pleased:

Paris is tremendously delighted with Medvedev! This is because she is fluent in Hugo’s language.

“Winning today was the most important thing and it’s fantastic to have been able to do it and get through to the second round. I felt very good on the court. But at some point in the third set, I don’t know why, he decided to play at his best, hitting the lines, running everywhere. If I had done this on the first play, it would have been much more difficult for me. At least he let me play two quiet sets. In the fourth I told myself: “If he wants to win the game, tomorrow he won’t be able to walk.” I’m glad I did it,” Medvedev said after the match.

In the second round, Daniil had to fight with Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic. The score of personal matches is 3-0 in favor of Medvedev (1-0 on clay). Daniil defeated Miomir at Roland Garros in 2022, in Los Cabos in the same season, and also in Adelaide in 2023, without giving up a game in these three matches. In general, Dani’s opponent is clearly convenient.

In the first set of the match, Medvedev literally crushed his opponent, easily winning 6:1. Daniil is 16/6 in clear shots and unforced errors, 2/5 for Miomir.

Medvedev served well, played accurately from the baseline, made beautiful saves and periodically went to the net. We can say that his tennis is almost perfect. Especially considering the fact that the ground is far from Daniel’s favorite surface. But it was not in vain that the Russian won the Rome Masters.

Daniil Medvedev

Photo: Loïc Baratoux/ZUMA/TASS

In the second set, Kecmanovic couldn’t even win a game. The matter ended when Miomir, after committing a double fault, simply retired with the score 5:0 in favor of the Russian. Previously, the Serbian called a doctor. Maybe something was bothering him, but overall Kecmanovic played terribly today. You can’t perform in races like that. It’s strange how he made it through the first lap.

In the next round, a satisfied and invigorated Medvedev will face the Czech Makhach or the Argentine Navone. In any case, it is fantastic that today Daniil had the first start on the indoor court and the Russian athlete practically did not make any effort to advance to the next round. Now you can rest easy and prepare for more difficult fights.

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