Stefanos Tsitsipas Says He Hasn’t Been Able To Prove Himself At Grand Slams

Published 04/10/2020, 1:07 PM EDT

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Stefanos Tsitsipas has already achieved a lot in his fledgeling career. At just 21 years of age, the Greek star already has an ATP finals title to his credit.

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He also holds victories against the Big 3 – namely Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. However, the biggest prize in tennis still alludes him. Tsitsipas has still not been able to claim a grand slam title.

Tsitsipas recently appeared live on Instagram and answered some questions by the fans. That’s where he revealed that whenever the tennis season resumes, winning a grand slam would be his topmost priority.

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Stefanos revealed that he did believe that his current pace of work will take him closer to the desired result.

“I believe in my work. I’m working to win a Grand Slam title as soon as possible,”
“I haven’t been able to prove that in the last couple of Grand Slams, but it’s a goal that I want to achieve.”

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The year 2020 hasn’t showcased the best possible results for Tsitsipas. His performance at the ATP Cup was average with him losing out to Denis Shapovalov in his very first match. Even though he won against a struggling Alexander Zverev, he was schooled by Nick Kyrgios in the very next match.

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His campaign at the Australian Open was also below expectations. While many were even touting him as a title contender, he lost out in the fourth round itself to a resurgent star in Milos Raonic. However, he fought back after that winning an ATP 250 event at Open 13.

He even made it to the finals of the Dubai Tennis Championships losing to a red hot Novak Djokovic. It remains to be seen what the future would look like for Stefanos Tsitsipas. What do you expect from Stefanos Tsitsipas upon his return?

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