In A conversation with TASS, Tarpishchev said psychological preparation would be a problem for Medvedev. He noted it was the result of an injury, which led to Medvedev being taken out of action for three months.
“Psychological preparation will be the main problem for Medvedev as he has had too many breaks recently and his nerves are unstable,” he said, adding: “He was taken out of the game for three months due to an injury. , then he was forced to miss Wimbledon due to the suspension by the Russians.”
Tarpishchev said that the nervous system, like the muscles, must be kept in constant tone; without practice, he becomes inexperienced.
“The nervous system, like the muscles, must be kept in constant tone, and without game training it becomes untrained. In the final tournament, this will be a problem for Medvedev,” said Tarpishchev.
He thinks that even though Medvedev is physically fresh, he could tire mentally.
“Physically he may be fresh, but his nervous system will quickly get tired. The consequence will be a lack of patience when playing the ball and, as a result, unforced errors,” he said.
Daniil Medvedev placed in the red group with Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev
Daniil Medvedev has been added to the red group along with two former ATP Finals winners, Stefanos Tsitsipas (2019) and Novak Djokovic (2015). Andrey Rublev is the other player in the group.
Seventh-seeded Djokovic will watch tournament history as the five-time champion will equal Roger Federer’s record of six ATP Finals titles if he emerges triumphant in Turin.
Medvedev and Rublev will face each other for the sixth time in their career to open the debates in their group. The former has a good record in their one-on-one encounters, winning four times. However, when they last met at the Cincinnati Masters last year, it was Rublev who recorded his first win against the former world No.
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