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Russian world No 3 Daniil Medvedev spent 10 days in mattress recovering from COVID-19; he’s now in Madrid forward of the Masters 1000 occasion; his purpose is to win at the least one match in Madrid, Rome and at Roland Garros as he adjusts to the clay

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Daniil Medvedev says he’s feeling match and wholesome after recovering from COVID-19

Daniil Medvedev says he’s feeling match and wholesome after recovering from COVID-19

Daniil Medvedev revealed he suffered illness and a few signs after contracting COVID-19 forward of the Monte Calro Masters final month.

The Russian, who lives within the principality, has returned to the courtroom after battling the illness to play at this week’s Madrid Open.

Medvedev was moved into isolation and monitored by the match physician and ATP medical groups earlier than spending time at residence recovering from the virus, however the 25-year-old says he’s now feeling match and wholesome once more.

“Yeah I really feel match, that is the very first thing, as a result of in any other case I’d not come right here,” stated Medvedev, who opens his marketing campaign towards Spain’s Alejandro Davidovich Fokina on Wednesday.

“I’d attempt to get better higher and perhaps go to Rome or see. I felt some illness, some signs. It was like a robust chilly you understand, or one thing like this. Had some nostril and throat blocked somewhat bit. Weak point for a couple of days, however no more than that.

“Coming again was not simple first 4 or 5 days particularly after laying 10 days in your mattress at residence additionally. So I really feel like I had a superb one week and a half of follow and I simply received doubles, so it appears every thing appears optimistic. After all, wanting ahead to play right here.”

Medvedev says he is taking his recovery 'step by step'

Medvedev says he takes his restoration ‘step-by-step’

Medvedev is now getting ready to play in Madrid earlier than heading to Rome forward of this 12 months’s French Open at Roland Garros, which begins on Might 30.

“The purpose truly for all three tournaments, Rome, Roland Garros and Madrid is to at the least win one match in every certainly one of them. Step-by-step,” he stated.

“After all after I come to a match the principle purpose is to win it, however it’s more durable on clay than on onerous courtroom, so we’ll regulate, strive my greatest, hope to point out some good tennis, as a result of that is crucial after I present good tennis I can win some nice matches.”

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