Daniil Medvedev became the second Russian ever to be crowned ATP Finals champion on Sunday but the first man to achieve that accolade, Nikolay Davydenko, is unsure if Medvedev is yet ready to make the step to win a Grand Slam.
Daniil Medvedev bagged himself $1.56 million for a week's work in London as he took home the ATP Finals title on Sunday, but observers including Andy Murray were shocked at the lack of celebration from the Russian and his coach.
The arrival of COVID-19 has thrown the sporting world into disarray, with sports battling to continue during the ongoing pandemic. RT Sport looks at three that have performed well, and three that have struggled.
After arguably the most turbulent year of his career, Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic was crowned the ATP's 2020 world No. 1 in London, but admitted that he had "mixed emotions" about his year in the sport.
When discussing the seismic achievements of the 'Big Three' in men's tennis across the past two decades, it is normally easier to list what Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic haven't yet accomplished.
Russia’s Daniil Medvedev defeated Alexander Zverev in Sunday’s Rolex Paris Masters final, with the latter’s loss capping a week in which he attempted to downplay allegations of domestic abuse made by a former lover.