Selivanenko told how Medvedev managed to turn the tide of the match with Eubanks at Wimbledon

Vice President of the Russian Tennis Federation Alexei Selivanenko commented on the exit Daniel Medvedev at the Wimbledon semi-finals, noting that the Russian turned the tide of the match with the American Christopher Eubanks because of the experience of playing in big games.

Medvedev beat Eubanks in five matches to advance to the semi-finals of Wimbledon for the first time. Before this draw, the 27-year-old Russian’s best result in the tournament was the fourth round in 2021.

– The Wimbledon quarter-final does not involve easy matches. In the second and third sets, Daniil visually lost his concentration and missed the match thread for a while. And then he managed to endure this segment and, thanks to the experience of big matches, gradually return to the game and turn the course in his favor, – RB Sport quotes Selivanenko.

Medvedev for reaching the Wimbledon final will contend with the world’s first racket Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz.

RB Sports

Source : MatchTV

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