Daniil Medvedev reacts to US Open win over Novak Djokovic
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Tennis stars Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev recently linked up with one of the biggest managers in world football – World Cup-winning France manager Didier Deschamps.
Both Djokovic and Medvedev were alongside each other at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Nice ahead of next week’s Paris Masters, and were joined by one of their host nation’s heroes in Deschamps.
In a post from the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy’s Twitter account, it showed Djokovic and Medvedev alongside French football royalty as they posed for a picture on one of the Academy’s indoor courts.
Along with the image they commented: “‘Only legends will understand’ 21 Grand Slams and 2 World Cups combined…@DjokerNole x Didier Deschamps x @DaniilMedwed”
Not only did Deschamps coach his country to World Cup glory in 2018, he also played a part on the pitch when the French secured the biggest prize in football for the first time, 20 years prior on home soil in 1998.
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Djokovic and Medvedev were reunited following their US Open final clash in New York just over a month ago, where the Russian pulled off a remarkable straight-sets victory over the world No 1 to secure his first ever Grand Slam.
The US Open champion and world No 2 tweeted the image of the pair with the caption: “We finally made it @DjokerNole @LACOSTE”
Djokovic’s defeat at Flushing Meadows last month meant he missed out on becoming the most successful male tennis player in Grand Slam history, as he is currently tied on 20 alongside fellow greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
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The Serb could be made to wait even longer for his 21st title after his chances of playing at January’s Australian Open were thrown into doubt due to Australia’s vaccination rules.
The world No 1 has refused to reveal his COVID-19 vaccine status, and after Australian immigration minister Alex Hawke revealed anyone wanting to enter the country must be vaccinated, many have been left questioning whether Djokovic will be able to defend his title in Melbourne.
Speaking about the situation in Australia recently, Djokovic said: “Things being as they are, I still don’t know if I will go to Melbourne.
“I will not reveal my status whether I have been vaccinated or not, it is a private matter and an inappropriate inquiry.
“Of course I want to go, Australia is my most successful grand slam tournament. I want to compete, I love this sport and I am still motivated.”
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