It was a long time coming, but the first title in 2020 for Daniil Medvedev crystallized in the Masters 1000 of Paris-Bercy. The Russian beat the German in the final of the Parisian tournament Alexander Zverev by 5-7, 6-4 and 6-1 in just over two hours.
After an even start to the game, the German took the first set in a tight way, managing to do great damage with his groundstrokes and his service, a constant during the week.
But Medvedev’s game improved after the second set, in continuation with a clear decline in the Teuton’s game, which showed a great lack of mobility and versatility in his shots.
With this, Medvedev already adds three Masters 1000 tournaments after achieving those of Cincinnati and Shanghai last season. As of Monday, in addition, Mevedev will displace Roger Federer in 4th place in the ATP rankings. Are you a candidate for the London Masters?