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Today, Australian Open loser Danil Medvedev was mercilessly mocked by host Aly Langdon for his post-match simulated spitting in a brutal TV takedown.

He praised 21-time Grand Slam winner Rafa Nadal after the five-set thriller, and Ash Barty the night before, for their mental toughness and for being great role models.

But she said that after the spitting from the Russian mannequin and the abuse from the referee, he clearly hates Melbourne and the backlash from the fans in the final showed that Melbourne hated him.

At Medvedev’s post-match press conference, he complained about the crowd and felt it might eventually make him quit the sport, saying his childhood dreams were over.

Langdon sarcastically said that he was “graceful as ever in defeat.”

Today, Australian Open loser Danil Medvedev has been mercilessly mocked by presenter Aly Langdon (centre of photo) for his fictional post-match spitting in a brutal TV takedown.

Today, Australian Open loser Danil Medvedev has been mercilessly mocked by presenter Aly Langdon (centre of photo) for his fictional post-match spitting in a brutal TV takedown.

And it followed with a slow-motion clip zooming in on a devastated Medvedev looking distraught behind Nadal as the Spaniard received his trophy.

The Nine program dubbed Simon and Garfunkel singing ‘hello, darkness, my old friend…’ from The Sound of Silence over the footage as the camera focused on Medvedev’s tortured expression.

She added: ‘You can almost feel sorry for the Russian. He is the villain of the tournament and plays it quite well.

‘We’ve seen him every round, he’s had a blast or something. With Nick Kyrgios, he accused the crowd of having a low IQ. It was against Stefanos Tsitsipas.

And then, of course, last night, he hates Melbourne. And I think for obvious reasons. Melbourne isn’t too fond of him either.

Danil Medvedev (pictured) criticized the raucous Melbourne crowd for their partisan support of Nadal in the epic five-hour, five-set final 2-6 6-7 6-4 6-4 7-5

Danil Medvedev (pictured) criticized the raucous Melbourne crowd for their partisan support of Nadal in the epic five-hour, five-set final 2-6 6-7 6-4 6-4 7-5

Danil Medvedev (pictured) was seen delivering

Danil Medvedev (pictured) was seen uttering “boring” behind Tennis Australia president Jane Hrdlicka as he paid tribute to her in his speech.

Guest analyst Anna Caldwell added: ‘He’s been complaining from start to finish, he was complaining last night. There’s a good reason for the way the crowd reacted to him.

‘Champions are kind in defeat. That’s what we like to see. But at the same time, it’s nice to have a villain: it’s been quite entertaining. I really enjoyed the drama.

Employment Minister Stuart Roberts, a guest on the show, added to the confusion, disparaging Medvedev for complaining about a hostile crowd.

“We all lose sometimes we make mistakes, you take it with your chin, you smile and congratulate Rafa, who was the best player of the day,” he said.

‘Extraordinary treatment of Rafa. Don’t come here and cry and say the crowd was mean to me, come on.

Medvedev criticized the raucous Melbourne crowd for their partisan support of Nadal in the epic five-hour, five-set final 2-6 6-7 6-4 6-4 7-5.

He angered sports fans for his repeated outbursts, including calling a chair umpire a “pussy” and abusing tournament ball boys.

He said fans would ask for silence before Nadal’s services, but no one did the same for him.

‘A thousand people would say, ‘Tsss, tsss, tsss’. That sound. Before my serve, I didn’t hear it,” he said after the match that ended around 1:15 am.

It’s disappointing. It is a lack of respect. It’s disappointing. I’m not sure after 30 years, I’m going to want to play tennis.”

He recalled how as a child he dreamed of playing the biggest tournaments in the world, but said: ‘The child stopped dreaming. The child will play by himself. That’s it. This is my history.

Langdon praised 21-time Grand Slam winner Rafa Nadal (pictured) after the five-set thriller, and Ash Barty the night before, for their mental toughness and being great role models.

Langdon praised 21-time Grand Slam winner Rafa Nadal (pictured) after the five-set thriller, and Ash Barty the night before, for their mental toughness and being great role models.

Nadal acknowledged that he had the backing of the fans, but said Medvedev would win them over eventually.

“Of course it’s better to have the crowd on your side,” he said.

‘Tonight was crazy for me. But I really believe that he has a great future ahead of him and he is going to feel this love from the crowd in the future because he deserves it.

But Medvedev angered more fans during the trophy ceremony when he was seen muttering “bored” behind Tennis Australia president Jane Hrdlicka as he paid tribute to her in his speech.

‘Daniil, you have had the most extraordinary tournament,’ he said. ‘You have met in difficult places on the way here.

You have shown that you never finish and you never finished until the last point. Congratulations on a great tournament.

You were clearly determined to start history in the making for the second time in a row and that didn’t happen tonight, but there is no doubt that we are going to see you here and that you are well on your way to making your own records in the tennis history books. Congratulations.’

Despite the praise, Medvedev grimaced throughout the speech and later dismissed the praise as “boring.”

Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley brushed off the controversy in the wake of the final, saying the tournament had been a huge success.

“It’s been an amazing two weeks,” he told Today.

“I think everyone will look back and reflect and say that we probably witnessed the greatest sporting event in the history of our game.”


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