Daniil Medvedev had a stern question for the French Open organisers on Tuesday after his quarter-final defeat to Stefanos Tsitsipas - 'where is the Amazon money?" Medvedev's match had been scheduled as the night game and was played in an empty stadium because of the curfew in Paris. The Russian second seed suggested the decision to schedule their quarter final in the evening was motivated by money and questioned the tournament's motives. Recapping a scene from Netflix documentary 'Formula 1: Drive to Survive', Medvedev said: 'Cash is King' and that 'Roland Garros preferred Amazon to people. It's easy as that.' Medvedev also addressed his reasons for serving underarm when facing match point - a decision he called 'tactical.'