“It is the hardest time to win a Grand Slam”: Mouratoglou praises Medvedev for winning Grand Slam tittle in Big Three era

Monday, 06 February 2023 at 06:30
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Serena Williams' former coach Patrick Mouratoglou opined on Daniil Medvedev's Grand Slam win and Stefanos Tsitsipas' chance of winning a Grand Slam.
The coach has a lot of experience on the tour, in addition to being Serena Williams's coach for 10 years (in which the American won 10 Grand Slams) he has worked with some important names in the WTA and ATP, such as Coco Gauff, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Simona Halep and Holger Rune.
Mouratoglou used his Twitter to respond to a user who commented that it is very difficult for Medvedev and Tsitsipas to win a Grand Slam by beating Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic:
In the press conference after the Australian Open final, the Greek Tsitsipas spoke about the opportunity he had to be No. 1, since if he had beaten Djokovic that match, he could have reached the top of the ranking: "I want to max out in what I do in my profession. No. 1 is on my mind. It doesn't come easy, I know that,"
The 24-year-old player is current world No.3, the best ranking of his career, but he closely follows what Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz can do in the next tournaments, since a good winning streak could lead to it being No. 1 promptly:
"I got to work harder to make that happen. Today was my opportunity to be a world No. 1. I had a better opponent on the other side of the net who did things much better than me. He deserves that spot currently,"

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