After briefly dropping outside the top-10, Medvedev is now back up to No.7 and next heads to Dubai, where he opens against Italian lucky loser Matteo Arnaldi.
“Every time you get a title, you feel great and you feel like this winning feeling is back, you are back, you can get even bigger titles, even bigger wins,” Medvedev told reporters in Doha.
“But that's all about confidence, and confidence can go away really fast with one loss.
“So I feel great right now at the moment. I have a tournament to play next week, so it's a new week, a new challenge, and then we go to USA to the other part of the world, jet lag, everything. Right now I'm feeling great, and I want to try to continue feeling this way.”