Daniil Medvedev is 4-0 so far at the Davis Cup Finals with straight-sets wins over Ecuador’s Emilio Gomez, Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta, Sweden’s MIkael Ymer and, in Saturday’s semifinal tie against Germany, Jan-Lennard Struff.

He’s been integral to helping the Russian Tennis Federation reach its first Davis Cup final since 2007 (and get within a win of its first Davis Cup title since 2006).

But on a more individual note, Medvedev’s 6-4, 6-4 win over Struff was his 50th hard-court win of the year, making him the first player to reach that milestone.

50: Daniil Medvedev (50-8)
41: Alexander Zverev (41-9)
39: Jannik Sinner (39-14)
36: Andrey Rublev (36-16)
32: Stefanos Tsitsipas (32-13)
32: Cameron Norrie (32-18)

Medvedev is 50-8 on hard courts, 7-2 on grass and 5-3 on clay this year.

Only six other men have even won 50 or more tour-level matches so far this year across all three surfaces combined: Zverev (59), Casper Ruud (57), Novak Djokovic (55), Tsitsipas (55), Rublev (52) and Norrie (52).