Daniil Medvedev breaks silence on Wimbledon banning Russians and makes argument vow

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He added: “I don’t know if this decision is 100% and it’s over,” he said. “If I can play, I’m going to be happy to play in Wimbledon. I love this tournament. If I cannot play – well, I’m going to try to play other tournaments and prepare well for next year if I have the chance to play.”

Medvedev’s best effort at Wimbledon thus far came in 2021, when he reached the fourth round. There, he lost a rain-plagued clash with Hubert Hurkacz.



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