“If the French Open is now, we win it,” Daniil Medvedev’s hot winning streak analysed by coach Gilles Cervara

In an exclusive interview, Daniil Medvedev's coach Gilles Cervara reveals how he motivates the tennis star and ignites his winning streak.


“If the French Open is now, we win it,” Daniil Medvedev’s hot winning streak analysed by coach Gilles Cervara

Daniil Medvedev has been on a roll lately, winning back-to-back titles in Rotterdam and Qatar. His coach, Gilles Cervara, has been instrumental in his success, helping him develop the right mindset and attitude on the court. In a recent interview, Cervara spoke about Medvedev’s journey to success and the turning point in his recent victories. According to Cervara, it’s not just about Medvedev’s skills on the court, but also his mindset and attitude.

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Cervara explained that Medvedev often looks for excuses and grumbles when things don’t go his way, but in reality, he’s looking for a way to get there. During a training session with Felix Auger-Aliassime, Medvedev was looking for all the reasons why he couldn’t win, but Cervara didn’t give in. He knew Medvedev was challenging him, and he needed to give him levers on which he could hang on. Cervara knew that once Medvedev had the right mindset, he would be unstoppable.

And that’s exactly what happened. Medvedev’s recent victories are all his own doing, according to Cervara. Once he has the right mindset, everything else falls into place. Medvedev’s ability to catch fire and continue his trajectory is what sets him apart from other players.

Daniil Medvedev and his coach Gilles Cervara

Cervara is now focused on making sure Medvedev’s success lasts as long as possible. He wants to ensure that Medvedev continues to dominate on the court, not just in the Masters 1000, but also in the upcoming French Open. Medvedev’s meteoric rise in the tennis world has not gone unnoticed. He is now considered one of the top players in the world, and his recent performances have been nothing short of exceptional. He has a unique playing style and the ability to turn the game around even when it seems impossible.

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As the tennis season progresses, Medvedev will face tougher challenges, but with Cervara by his side, he is sure to come out on top. Their partnership is one of the best in the tennis world, and it will be exciting to see what they achieve together in the future.

Overall, Cervara’s interview has shed light on the importance of mindset and attitude in tennis. With the right mindset, anything is possible, and Medvedev’s recent victories are a testament to that. Tennis fans around the world are eagerly anticipating what Medvedev will achieve next with the help of his coach, Gilles Cervara.

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Fans anticipate thrilling action at 2023 Roland Garros tennis tournament

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Tennis fans around the world are eagerly anticipating the upcoming Roland Garros tournament, set to take place from May 28 to June 11, 2023. As one of the four Grand Slam tournaments, Roland Garros is one of the most prestigious events in the sport of tennis, drawing top players from around the globe to compete for the title.

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This year’s tournament promises to be particularly exciting, with many of the world’s top players in excellent form. Rafael Nadal, who has won a record 13 French Open titles, will be looking to defend his title and cement his legacy as one of the greatest players of all time. Meanwhile, Daniil Medvedev will be hungry to add a French Open title to their already impressive list of accomplishments.

In addition to the established stars, there are also a number of up-and-coming players to watch. Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez, who reached the final of the US Open in 2021, will be looking to make her mark on the clay courts of Roland Garros. American player Coco Gauff, known for her fearless and dynamic style of play, will also be a player to watch.

In addition to the established stars, there are also a number of up-and-coming players to watch. Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez, who reached the final of the US Open in 2021, will be looking to make her mark on the clay courts of Roland Garros. American player Coco Gauff, known for her fearless and dynamic style of play, will also be a player to watch.

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