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“Mysterious character” British journalists confess their love to Medvedev at Wimbledon

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 13:46:43

Daniil Medvedev is a bright personality. Some adore it, others hate it, but it seems that no one remains indifferent. And now even representatives of the UK media admit that the decision to withdraw the Russian and Belarusian tennis players, taken a year ago and canceled in 2023, was still wrong.

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A number of authoritative British publications immediately published materials on the situation around the expulsion of Russians and Belarusians and their subsequent return, as well as Medvedev personally. In the article daily mail Daniil is said to be more loved by the home fans than 23-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic.

Third seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia rekindled his seemingly unlikely romance with Wimbledon fans after defeating Fucovic.

A trilingual Russian, an ex-excellent math and physics alumnus, he missed last year’s tournament due to suspension. A mysterious character with a unique variety of shots is now one step away from the first quarter-finals in London and poses a real threat to Carlos Alcaraz and defending champion Novak Djokovic. Despite what is happening in the Ukraine, Medvedev seems to be more of a crowd favorite here than the 23-time Grand Slam champion.

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IN daily telegraph published an article with the headline “The Russians are back at Wimbledon and no one is outraged.” Journalist Jeremy Wilson notes that if someone is outraged by the return of the Russians and Belarusians, then there are very few such people. Based on the players’ comments and his own feelings, the journalist believes that the Russians and Belarusians at Wimbledon are all very happy to see.

“One year after the scandalous ban on Wimbledon, the Russian and Belarusian players were warmly received by the fans. The outrage over his return has been very subtle and quiet, suggesting that tennis fans have flocked to London to see some beautiful tennis and nothing more.

Daniil Medvedev greets the crowd after defeating Marton Fucovich in the third round of Wimbledon 2023

Photo: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Edition iNews published an article with the headline “Wimbledon loves Medvedev, so last year’s ban seems even more wrong.”

“Daniil Medvedev returned to Wimbledon under no illusions about what kind of reception he might receive after last year’s ban on the Russian and Belarusian players. However, this concern turned out to be unfounded. After the victory over Fucovic, he once again thanked the fans for the good atmosphere, even though they supported the Hungarian, who was an outsider in the match.

Upon his return, Medvedev, who called for “peace” and described the situation in Ukraine as “very worrying”, became popular as usual. Wimbledon fans were able to separate the nationality from him. It looks like it would have been like that 12 months ago,” the article says.

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These opinions were joined by the well-known journalist Ben Rothenberg.

“Especially given how well the Russians and Belarusians are playing at this Wimbledon, I have no doubt that the ATP and WTA did the right thing by refusing to award ranking points for last year’s tournament. It was not a true best of the best competition like a Grand Slam should be,” he tweeted.


Medvedev himself, according to him, wants to be remembered not for tantrums on the court. “I don’t want to be known for, say, tantrums or things like that, because I regret it. Fun things, of course, I love. I love the fact that there’s social media now, so maybe when I’m 50 I can watch my videos with some fun stuff,” he told a news conference after reaching the fourth round of Wimbledon.

Having reached the 1/8 final, Daniel repeated his best result at Wimbledon. In 2021, the Russian at this stage lost in five sets to Hubert Hurkach. But now this is clearly not the limit for him. Today, July 10, Medvedev will fight against the Czech Jiri Legechka. Yesterday, Andrey Rublev reached the quarterfinals of his Wimbledon debut. Why shouldn’t Daniel join his compatriot?

The match Daniil Medvedev (Russia, 3) – Jiri Legechka (Czech Republic) will not start before 15:00 Moscow time. Wimbledon 2023 runs from July 3-16. Follow all the events in the “Championship”.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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