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French Open 2023: Daniil Medvedev knocked out in 1st spherical after 5-set defeat in opposition to Thiago Seyboth Wild

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India Today Sports Desk

By India Today Sports Desk: World amount 2 Daniil Medvedev has been knocked out of the persevering with 2023 French Open after struggling a five-set defeat by the fingers of Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild.

The 23-year-old Brazilian beat Medvedev 7-6, 6-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 to advance to spherical two of Roland Garros in Paris. This comes as an infinite shock to the Russian tennis star, who has gained a tour-leading 5 titles this yr and leads the ATP males with 39 match wins.

Speaking after the match, Seyboth Wild talked about he’s watched Medvedev performs in his full junior career and is a dream come true for him to beat him. The encounter between Medvedev and Seyboth Wild went on for 4 hours and quarter-hour.

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Qualifier Thiago Seyboth Wild makes an emphatic entrance to his first #RolandGarros predominant draw look, knocking out No.2 seed Medvedev 7-6(5), 6-7(6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
— Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) May 30, 2023

“I’ve watched Daniil play my entire junior career, until today. I’ve always dreamed about playing on this court, against these kinds of players. In my best dreams I’ve had, I’ve beaten them, so it’s a dream come true,” talked about Seyboth Wild.

He went on to say that he started cramping on the end of the second set, together with he wanted to faucet into his psychological reserves to emerge victorious. This was moreover the 23-year-old’s first look within the major draw of Roland Garros.

“It was pretty tough. I started cramping at the end of the second set. I couldn’t really serve the way I wanted to but I used my mental strength and try to play my best tennis and it worked, I’m really happy with the way I played,” Seyboth Wild added.

The Brazilian grew to turn into the first participant to knock out a top-two seed inside the opening spherical of the French Open in 23 years, after Mark Philippoussis defeated Pete Sampras in 2000. Seyboth Wild is a strong contender on clay, worthwhile all 4 of his career titles on this ground.