Stefanos Tsitsipas, World No.6 even before lifting up the prestigious title, tennis experts labelled him to be one of the most promising talents on the tour as he pulled of the biggest title of his career on London’s O2 Arena at ATP Finals 2019.
When as an unseeded player, when he reached the finals of Rogers Cup that time, the Greek Lad Tsitsipas came into the limelight in 2018. Hus triumphed over four top-ten players including Novak Djokovic , and en route the finals in Canada.
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Defending champion Roger Federer compelled people to say, ‘The NextGen of tennis has arrived!’ As his Aussie Open 2019 win over two time. Also, that match mared the advent of big three’s dethroning.
Tsitsipas believes he’s inching closer towards his major breakthrough, as putting all his achievements together. Stefano Tsitsipas told tennis majors, “people always ask me when I am going to win a Grand Slam title. I feel it is going to come if you wait. You don’t have to ask the same question every single time. The big three are doing a real job, staying where they are, and being so committed to what they do. They are difficult to beat, I won’t lie they are difficult to beat. They still play at the same level.”
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The Greek gun is optimistic regarding his breakthrough as Tsitsipas’ victory in london has ignited the spirit of winning a major title.
He said, “I do feel that I am capable of winning Grand Slams. I have proven myself at the Nitto ATP Finals. And I was the best player standing out of all eight which for sure meant something, it’s not accidental.”
On the tour for more than a decade and half, he commended Big Three’s efforts and their consistency. Those three men have insanely dominated sport. They are always improving, working on their shortcomings and their experience supports them to outdo the entire tour, some players even say, ‘they have robbed all major titles’.
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Tsitsipas suffered a straight-sets loss to Milos Raonic in the third round, at the Australian Open 2020. A month later he was successful in defending his own crown in Marseille and finalist sport in Dubai.