“Eubanks broke down in the fifth set of the match against Medvedev, he ran out of gas” – Chesnokov

Former ninth racket in the world Andrey Chesnokov commented on the outing Daniel Medvedev in the Wimbledon semi-finals.

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

– It’s good that Eubanks played a five-set match with Tsitsipas, because in the match with Medvedev the American didn’t have enough gas for the fifth set. In the tie-break, which ended 7-4 for Dani, Eubanks made a very simple error. Then, miraculously, Dani received a bullet that shouldn’t have flown. There was an incredible exchange which decided the outcome of the tie-break. If Dan hadn’t won those three points, it would have ended in four sets.

Eubanks is a little boy, if you start from the Ostankino TV tower. It serves from the fourth floor compared to others that serve from the first. But still, Eubanks broke down in the fifth set. With Tsitsipas he had the strength for the fifth set, but there they weren’t there at all, “Championship” quotes Chesnokov.

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


Source : MatchTV

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