Daniil Sergeyevich Medvedev is a Russian tennis pro who was born on February 11, 1996. The Association of Tennis Professionals ranks him as the best tennis player in the world right now (ATP). He has won 14 singles titles on the ATP Tour, including the US Open in 2021 and the ATP Finals in 2020.
In the first, Medvedev beat Novak Djokovic in the final to keep him from getting the Grand Slam. In the second, he was the first and only player to win the year-end championship by beating the top three players in the world. He has also won four Masters 1000 titles and made it to the finals of four major tournaments.
Statistics and archives from the ATP website show that Daniil Medvedev is the first player in the Open era to beat the world number one to win his first Grand Slam title, his first ATP Finals title, and his first Masters 1000 title. It took him three years to get to this point.
Who is Daniil Medvedeva’s Wife, Daria Medvedeva?
Daria Medvedeva is a model who was born in Russia. Several websites say that she went to the Moscow State Institute of International Relations to study journalism. It’s interesting that Daria, like her now-husband, used to play tennis. She played through her teen years and was thought to be ready to go pro until she got hurt and couldn’t play anymore.
Daniil has said in the past that his wife’s knowledge of tennis was very important to him. He told the media, “It’s great that she knows tennis. Maybe it’s hard to get used to it when you don’t know anything about tennis. It helped me become a better person and player.”
How Did They Start Dating?
Tennis, of all things, brought Daria and Daniil together. Daria was only 12 when she met Daniil. She and her team were eating at a cafe near the tennis courts when they ran into him. There, Daria heard a lot of noise, as she told a source in a rare interview.
“My mom asks what’s going on,” Daria said, adding that they were told, “It’s Medvedev playing. You don’t know him?” So they went to watch him. The next match lasted three and a half hours.
“He used to fight until the end, and he was willing to do anything on the court, no matter how bad it looked, to win,” Daria said of the man who later became her husband. “In this way, he hasn’t changed at all.”
Both were very young when that fateful meeting happened, but in 2014, they started dating. They moved to Monte Carlo, Monaco, in 2017, and that’s where they’ve lived ever since.
Daniil Medvedev’s Wife Goes Viral After ‘insane’ Moment Stuns Tennis
Daniil Medvedev beat Ilya Ivashka at the Halle Open on Thursday, but it was his wife who was the star of the show. The World No. 1 beat Ivashka for the second time in a week, beating the Belarusian 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 to move on to the quarterfinals at the German grass-court event.
Medvedev beat Ivashka in the Netherlands last week and went back to being the number one player in the world on Monday. He saved three set points when he was down 5-4 in the first set.
Ivashka had to save match points in the second set, and he did so in amazing ways. Ivashka was serving at 2-5, 30-40, and he won a crazy point that he had no right to win. This shocked Medvedev and kept the match going.
One TV commentator said, “Would you believe it? What a chance to stay alive! Ivashka made the best shot of the game. He’s hanging on by a thread.” Ivashka’s shot was called “insane” by the Tennis TV Twitter account, and Medvedev’s wife Daria was also shocked as she watched from the stands.
Tennis fans all over the world are laughing about how Daria just raised her eyebrows in surprise. Medvedev is enjoying his second time as World No.1. In February, he was World No.1 for a short time.
Novak Djokovic is now No. 3 in the rankings after losing to Rafa Nadal in the quarterfinals of the French Open. Alexander Zverev is now No. 2 in the world. It’s the first time since 2003 that none of Djokovic, Nadal, Roger Federer, or Andy Murray are in the top two spots in the rankings.
Medvedev admitted that the fact that he was back at the top of the rankings might have made his opponents work harder in Halle. “Some of them are going to be a little bit scared because they have to play the World No. 1,” the Russian said.
“If they lose, it might not be a big deal, and for some, it might be the opposite. “They might not be too sure of themselves right now, but if they beat the World No. 1, that’s where it starts.”
Wedding of Daniil Medvedev and Daria
Daniil and Daria got married in a small, private ceremony in 2018, just before the Russian tennis player played in the September Davis Cup. In 2021, on the anniversary of the day he married his wife, Daniil said something unusual about her. This was right after he won the US Open, which was his first Grand Slam title.
“My wife and I have been married for three years. I couldn’t think of a gift to bring to the tournament. So when I went to the final, I thought, “I need to find a gift fast.”
He also said, “When I won, all I could think was that if I lose, I won’t have time to get a present. So I must win this game. I love you, Dasha,” Medvedev said. His success gave them more than enough reason to celebrate, and we think there will be plenty more to come.