Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev commented on the fact that he will play in the status of the first racket of the world in the tournament in Indian Wells.
“It adds pressure, but also gives even more motivation,” Medvedev was quoted as saying by the ATP official website. – I will try to do my best, as in all other tournaments I want to get as many points as possible».
The tennis player noted that the upcoming tournament will have a strong line-up of participants.
“At a tournament in Indian Wells a thousand points are up for grabs, but the line-up is very strong, so it won’t be easy. I think after the Australian Open I became a more mature tennis player. I have a lot of room to grow,” he said.
28th of February The 26-year-old Russian became the first racket of the world, displacing Serbian Novak Djokovic to second place.