Daniil Medvedev discusses his time on tour and his thoughts about 2022.

World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev acknowledged that it took him some time to get used to the weather in Los Cabos, but he was happy to have found his game and have a successful week at the Mexican hard-court competition. On hard courts in Los Cabos, where he was competing for the first time in his career, 26-year-old Medvedev began his summer.

In his first match, Medvedev advanced all the way after defeating Cameron Norrie 7-5, 6-0 in the finale. “When you first arrive here, jet lag and the heat make it difficult to adjust, but now I’m thrilled about the excellent tennis played all week and the difficult matches won.

I’m content. My objective is still unfulfilled, but I did play well, and even if my opponents were challenging, “According to the Los Cabos tournament website, Medvedev remarked.

Medvedev on his experiences on the road

Medvedev has finally won his first championship of the year after falling short in four straight finals.

Tennis is a challenging sport because even when you win one week and lose the next, you tend to forget a little bit. The good news is that you can change your season and your life the following week. similar to what Cameron accomplished in Indian Wells.

You never know when it’s going to happen, and I needed to improve after losing four straight finals, Medvedev said. In late February, Medvedev, who is getting ready to defend his US Open championship, rose to the top for the first time in his career.

In 2022, Medvedev experienced both positive and terrible experiences, including as missing Wimbledon. “This year gave me more experience, and looking back, everything was good because there was always room for improvement.

Tennis is my work, so that’s what matters most to me “Medvedev thought. Now, Medvedev will take part in the Montreal Masters.