Athletistic/Tennis. Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev commented on his victory over Serbian Hamad Medjedovic, seeded 121st, in the third round of the Masters in Rome. The match lasted 2 hours 53 minutes and ended with the victory of the first racket of Russia with a score of 7:6 (7:5), 2:6, 7:5.

“I thought I started this match well, but then the match got worse. The serve wasn’t there, the shots weren’t aggressive enough when they needed to be. I wanted to play with my normal pace, but sometimes surprise my opponent with good shots Today I couldn’t do that.

At one point I thought my current level of play wouldn’t be enough to win. So I’m happy to have been able to win, even if the match was far from ideal. In the next match I will try to find my best tennis,” Medvedev commented, according to the ATP press service.

In the next round, Medvedev will meet American Tommy Paul.

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