Daniil Medvedev Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Sep 5, 2022

There was a moment after the first set tiebreak when you could be forgiven for thinking the tall Russian could rally and pull through. Ranked no. 1 worldwide, though barred from the previous major at Wimbledon due to wartime hysteria,…

by | Jul 10, 2022

The Aussie catches one between his legs and sends it back over but to no avail, the Serb is ready near the net to put it away. Another good serve and a crosscourt sizzler and he holds, 3-4. So the…

by | Jan 30, 2022

The tennis at the Australian Open was superb. It takes some chutzpah to write this at a tournament where the defending and winningest champion — nine in total and the last three in a row! — is barred due to…

by | Jan 16, 2022

Top seed Ashley Barty plays at Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park this afternoon following what promises to be a thrilling morning to start the Australian Open, featuring defending champion Naomi Osaka against Camila Osorio and the most famous Greek…

by | Sep 13, 2021

Novak Djokovic won 27 matches in a row over the past months, but he lost the one he most wanted, smiled through his tears, and said it all, “Tonight, even though I didn’t win the match, my heart is filled…

by | Feb 22, 2021

With Naomi Osaka’s quick dispatch of Jenny Brady in the women’s final of the Australian Open tennis tournament for her fourth major, the top of the men’s draw was hugely anticipated. As competitive nail-biter it flopped, but it showed Novak…

by | Sep 10, 2020

After Pablo Carreño Busta, the man of Asturias, outlasted the dynamic young Canadian Denis Shapovalov the other night — actually it was three in the morning or whatever — Mr. Pleszczynski and I opined that the threats to the Republic were…

by | Sep 9, 2019

Rafael Nadal gestures to show the tall, slim Russian at the other end of center court in Arthur Ashe Stadium that he is holding new tennis balls. The man opposite, standing so far behind the baseline he is almost next…

by | Sep 7, 2019

There have been no allegations of Russian machinations and American gullibility or complicity in the annual drama called the U.S. Open. There will be an American in the ladies’ singles draw, Serena Williams, going for her 24th Grand Slam trophy,…

by | Sep 4, 2019

It had to happen, since finally it did: the mighty Swiss Guard of Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka, owners of 23 singles Grand Slams between them, fell before the ruthless Slav steamroller personified by Daniil Medvedev and Grigor Dimitrov. Arthur…

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