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Daniil Medvedev turned off tennis by Australian crowd | Australian Open 2022



Daniil Medvedev speaks with the media after a tough loss to Rafael Nadal in the 2022 Australian Open Final. READ: | Subscribe:

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  1. New respect for the Aussie fans! Tennis needs this. Seriously. This sport has been a haven for pansies for too many decades. These girls would survive for about 2 seconds in the world of futebol. Há! Love the Aussies!

  2. You n Rafa did a great job that’s why it’s very entertaining, yet the end of the game is unpredictable as who will make it through the end with. Winning points…keep dreaming, don’t stop.

  3. I remember Daniil Medvedev playing the US Open. Being constantly booed, a crowd of thousands against him. He challenged a call and the booing got ridiculous. After every play he won the crowd antagonized him. At some point he called the crowd to do more noise, like if all that booing was turning into cheers inside his heart. He went to win that game and he won me over. I am a big fan and I will cheer for him and hope he finds that boy inside of him again.

  4. He is Top5 player for 3 years. This was his 4th slam final but still there are some people like "Who is this guy? Where is Roger?" They are not real tennis fans.

  5. Boo-hoo.

    He gets paid millions of dollars to play a game. Maybe go play tennis in Ukraine, see how the crowds react there. Count your blessing comrade Medvedev.

  6. Wimbledon have tennis etiquette.
    Australian Open have an apology for a crowd. Disrespectful bad mannered, shouting insults between serves.
    Suiiii and booing.
    Berrettini, Sharpovalov, Murray and Medvedev all complained about being put off their game by Aussie crowd abuse.

  7. I really appreciate the fact that the journalists listened to him and asked respectful and interesting questions without pushing him to talk more about things he didn't want to. You can really tell that he was sad and disappointed, his eyes were fulled with tears. Makes me sad that he doesn't get the appreciation he deserves. He is a great guy and an amazing athlete. I'm with you Daniil, best of luck for the future

  8. This is the type of guy I'd like to have as a dinner guest; he's genuine and engaging, and nothing he says isn't completely true. Keep going and be true to yourself, not to anyone else.

  9. This was such a refreshing and engaging interview, such a change from the robotic pressers we are so used to hearing. What a horrible inditement on the Australia crowd. Our country is in such bad shape right now and so many previously loving, normal and kind people have gone quite mad.

    I hope you find that little boy inside of you again. The crowd stole him from you but one day you may find they will give him back.

  10. I really appreciate the fact that the journalists listened to him and asked respectful and interesting questions without pushing him to talk more about things he didn't want to. You can really tell that he was sad and disappointed, his eyes were fulled with tears. Makes me sad that he doesn't get the appreciation he deserves. He is a great guy and an amazing athlete. I'm with you Daniil, best of luck for the future

  11. I really appreciate the fact that the journalists listened to him and asked respectful and interesting questions without pushing him to talk more about things he didn't want to. You can really tell that he was sad and disappointed, his eyes were fulled with tears. Makes me sad that he doesn't get the appreciation he deserves. He is a great guy and an amazing athlete. I'm with you Daniil, best of luck for the future

  12. I don't think he should be surprised by the crowd or disappointed/disheartened. They will always root for the golden 3 because they want to hold onto that long as possible and see more history made. Novak had to work extremely hard to catch up to RafaRoger, win the crowd and silence the critics. Daniil is a good player but he hasn't done enough to deserve the same respect the crowd gave Rafa, nor should he expect it.

  13. He should focus on the game instead of the crowd. You cant control the crowd but you can control the game. He seems bitter about stuff he cant control so why not just leave it alone.

  14. Australians shamed themselves in that match. Two men who’ve given their all and who are playing at the highest level and being profited off of by millions deserve a level of respect the Australians don’t seem to possess.

    Cheer for your guy. But cheering for a double fault, heckling between serves, etc. scummy behaviour practiced by scummy people.

    It happens in America too. People practice the basest behaviour at sporting events. It shows their characters. It’s selfish and disgusting and shows no consideration for the humanity of those we deem as “other”.

  15. What a guy Amazing performer was cheering for you when you were playing semis and then finals and will still cheer for you. You have my support

  16. When I first started watching tennis, about 20 years ago, I found the fans to be much different than other sports fans. Very rarely did I see a crowd not being supportive of both players. Yes, everyone has their favorites, and during a major match there's often one player that's favored. Over the recent years, these new breeds of crowd have been disappointing, and certainly disrespectful. It's perfectly okay to have your favorite and to fully support that person. What's not okay is to "boo" another player as he or she walks onto the court, or at any point really. For any player to begin a match being boo-ed as they enter is ridiculous. Athletes, icons, roles models, legends, GOATs, whatever title you want to attach to their name, they are still human. They have all made sacrifices to be able to do what they do and share it with the world. Daniil Medvedev is an incredible player. To go up against Nadal and do what he did in the second set, and throughout the entire match, is amazing and I hope he's really proud of himself. Congratulations to both players – for showing up fully for themselves and for playing an incredible match!

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