Rising star Daniil Medvedev believes if
the season begins with the French Open, tennis should wait longer
for a brand new Grand Slam champion.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have dominated the
Grand Slams over the previous 20 years successful 56 majors between them.
They’ve been relentless the previous couple of years as you must return
to the 2016 US Open for the final time somebody exterior the ‘Huge Three’ received a
The game, although, is at the moment on an enforced break because of the
coronavirus pandemic, though each the US Open and rescheduled French
Open stay on the calendar.
Nonetheless, there are doubts over whether or not or not the US Open, because of
begin on 31 August, will go forward as deliberate, that means it’s prone to
begin at Roland Garros.
Medvedev, who completed runner-up to Rafael Nadal at Flushing Meadows
final 12 months, admits it will likely be robust to interrupt the stranglehold of the ‘Huge
Three’ if the season restarts in Paris.
“It depends upon after we resume. For instance if we resume at Roland
Garros, we will say that it will likely be very tough to have a brand new
champion,” he informed We Are Tennis throughout an Instagram Dwell chat, which
was translated by Tennis World.
“After that I can’t converse for the opposite NextGen, however my purpose is to
give my most, to win my matches. In Grand Slam you must win seven
matches, it’s nonetheless tough, particularly with the three (Roger Federer,
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal) who’re nonetheless up there.
“However we make our matches, we attempt.”
– TEAMtalk media