Stefanos Tsitsipas Opens Up About Crucial Mistake Leading to Recent Poor Performance

SportsAdmin

Stefanos Tsitsipas Opens Up About Crucial Mistake Leading to Recent Poor Performance

How much money does Stefanos Tsitsipas have?, How tall is Tsitsipas?, What age is Stefanos Tsitsipas?

In the past few months, Stefanos Tsitsipas found himself relying heavily on his innate talent and experience, but it didn’t yield the desired results. While he kicked off the summer hard-court season with a strong victory at the ATP 250 event in Los Cabos, the North American swing proved to be a disappointment. Tsitsipas faced a 2-3 record, experiencing a round-of-16 loss at Cincinnati, followed by early exits at the US Open and Toronto Masters. Post-US Open, he faced another setback with an early exit in Beijing, followed by a single win in Shanghai before falling to Ugo Humbert.

Now, as Tsitsipas competes in Antwerp, he remains optimistic about turning his season around. “These last three, four months, I haven’t managed to gain many points, I admit. I relied a little too much on what I had learned. I thought I could also succeed by putting discipline aside a little, and focusing a little more on my talent. But that’s not how it works. Deep down, I feel like I want to turn things around with a good end to the season. I’m very hungry as I start this last indoor tour. I have never trained so much in my entire career,” Tsitsipas explained.

Tsitsipas’ aspirations extend beyond the court, as he envisions achieving significant milestones with his girlfriend, Paula Badosa. Both in their mid-twenties, they’ve expressed their shared desire for major accomplishments. While Tsitsipas boasts two Grand Slam final appearances and reached a career-high ranking of No. 3, Badosa, at 25, has secured a Grand Slam quarterfinal and was once ranked as high as No. 2 in women’s tennis.

The couple’s relationship is characterized by mutual support and a joint ambition to realize their greatest tennis dreams. “You know, it takes years to mature as a man, or as a dominant athlete. And I give myself time for that. I really want to make my dream come true one day. I dream that Paula and I can make it together and be No. 1. I have nothing to prove to anyone,” Tsitsipas declared.

Reference

https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/ATP_Tennis/138987/stefanos-tsitsipas-candidly-reveals-mistake-he-was-making-during-recent-poor-stretch/

Leave a Comment