Daniil Medvedev Player Profile

Daniil Medvedev is a professional tennis player from Russia who has been ranked as high as number 1 in the world.

2021 was a very good year for Medvedev with four titles to his name including the US Open and the Masters 1000 event in Montreal.

Below you will find some other interesting stats from Daniil’s playing career along with some answers to some frequently asked questions about him.

Daniil Medvedev Player Profile

Career Stats

Highest ATP Ranking1
Birth Date11th February 1996
Height:1.98 meters (6ft 6in)
Year turned Pro2014
ATP Career Titles19
Grand Slams1
Year-end Championship finals0
Masters 1000 Titles5
Tennis RacketTecnifibre Tfight 305 XTC racquet
Forehand GripWestern Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand
Serve GripContinental Grip

2021 US Open Men’s Singles Final

Below are match highlights from Daniil’s first grand slam singles title at the US Open in 2021, where he beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets (6-4, 6-4, 6-4).


Medvedev’s highest ATP ranking to date is number 1 in singles and number 170 in doubles.


Medvedev has won 19 singles titles including one grand slam and five Masters 1000 titles.


What is his Net Worth?

He has won over $21 million dollars in prize money in his career to date and if you combine this with the many endorsement deals he has then a conservative estimate of his net worth would be $18 million dollars.

Is he Married?

Yes, he married his girlfriend Daria Chernyshkova in 2018.

How tall is Daniil Medvedev?

He is 1.98 meters tall (6ft 6in).

When was Daniil Medvedev’s first Grand Slam Victory?

He claimed his first grand slam title at the 2021 US Open when he beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the final (6-4, 6-4, 6-4).

Was he ever ranked number 1 in the world?

Yes, he has been ranked number 1 in the ATP World Ranking.

When did he first turn pro?

He first turned pro in 2014. His first ATP event was in St. Remy where he lost to Erik Crepaldi in the third round of qualifying for the event.

What Racket does he use?

Daniil endorses the Tecnifibre Tfight 305 XTC racket but the racket he actually uses is the Tecnifibre Dynacore 305 tennis racket.

How many Grand Slams has he won?

He has won one Grand Slam Title to date. His solo grand slam title to date came at the 2021 US Open where he beat Djokovic in the final.

Has he ever won the Davis Cup with Russia?

Yes, he helped Russia to win the Davis Cup in 2021. Russia beat Croatia 2-0 in the final held in Madrid, Spain.

Has he won any major Doubles Titles?

He has not won any major doubles titles to date. His best performance in a grand slam doubles event came at the 2017 US Open where he made it to the second round.

Has he won a gold medal in singles at an Olympics?

No, he has not yet won a gold medal in singles at an Olympics. His best performance came at the 2020 Olympics when he lost to Pablo Carreño Busta in the quarterfinals.

Does he have any siblings?

Yes, he has two older sisters called Julia and Elena.

Who are his Parents?

His parents are Sergey Medvedev and Olga Medvedeva. Both his parents are now retired and living in France.

Where was he born?

He was born in Moscow in Russia.

Where does he live?

Daniil’s official residence is in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Did he win any Junior Grand Slam Titles?

No, he reached the third round of the Australian Open, the French Open, and the US Open as a junior. His best performance as a junior at Wimbledon was reaching the second round in 2013.

How many languages does he speak?

Daniil can speak a total of three languages: Russian, English, and French.

Is Andrei Medvedev related to Daniil Medvedev?

Although they share the same surname, the Ukrainian retired tennis player Andrei Medvedev is not related to Daniil as Medvedev is a common surname in Russia and Ukraine. Andrei Medvedev is a retired Ukrainian tennis player who made it to the final of the French Open in 1999, where he lost to Andre Agassi 6–1, 6–2, 4–6, 3–6, 4–6.