Thu. Dec 5th, 2019
daniil medvedev with his wife Daria

Daniil Medvedev wife: How marriage is helping him to ”play better”

Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev married a girl Daria whom he met in 2014.

Daniel Medvedev in a suit with his wife Daria dressed in a beautiful dress
Daniil Medvedev with Daria

“I made an offer to Dasha before going to America,” Medvedev said. “To my surprise, she agreed.” Signed in Moscow at the Kutuzovsky registry office. And two days after the wedding, I played for the Russian national team in the Davis Cup. I am very glad that I brought the team a victory point. And right after that match, we flew with Dasha to St. Petersburg. She went to museums, and I played in the tournament.

The tennis player is extremely reserved regarding his private life. Daniel even tries not to mention the name of his wife once again. In Instagram it is almost impossible to find them with the wife of joint photos.

“Dasha taught me a lot, showed how you can behave, how to be yourself. I used to do more for others than for myself; I was always very worried that I could offend someone, I always responded to any request.

But over the past year, I have redefined priorities because your life is your life, and only you can make it better. So I began to take care of myself more, and it came with marriage, with the realization that my family and my life are more important than others “



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The biography of the wife of Daniil Medvedev in his youth was also connected with tennis – Daria took part in tournaments among juniors, but did not begin to develop her sports career.

Daniiil with his team and wife Daria
Daniil with wife after winning Western & Southern Open

Daniil Medvedev told how his wife Daria supports him.

“She played tennis until she was 17 or 18, but because of injuries she couldn’t reach the desired level. Nevertheless, it’s great that she understands tennis. She knows that we can’t go shopping before the game. Understands that I can be busy from 8 am until the evening. Perhaps it’s not easy to get used to it when you don’t understand anything in tennis. It helped me to become better as a person and a player. “

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