Daniil Medvedev is a professional tennis player who was born in Russia on February 11, 1996. Medvedev currently lives in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and stands at 6 feet at 6 inches. He is coached by Gilles Cervara, and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand.
During the earlier part of his career, Medvedev was able to make his first ATP main draw debut playing doubles together with Aslan Karatsev at the 2015 Kremlin Cup. As a qualifier, Medvedev was then able to make his way into the ATP singles at the 2016 Nice Open, but was eliminated by Guido Pella.
By 2017, Medvedev was able to reach his first ATP singles final. During the Chennai Open, he went against Roberto Bautista Agut, but was defeated in two sets. However, despite the defeat, Medvedev’s rank rose from 99 to 65. Later that year, Medvedev went against Stan Wawrinka at Wimbledon, and was able to defeat the No. 3 seed. This gave Medvedev his first ever Grand Slam victory, but was defeated by Ruben Bemelmans in later rounds.
So far, Medvedev has a career record of 41 victories and 36 losses. He has 1 career title, and no Grand Slam titles yet. His current rank is at No. 48, which is also his highest rank attained. He first reached the position on July 2017. Despite not having any Grand Slam titles yet, Medvedev has been able to participate in all the four Grand Slam tournaments. The most recent appearance was at the 2018 Australian Open.