“He is desperate for the attention,” Stefanos Tsitsipas faces heat of Novak Djokovic fans after getting caught for using AI to congratulate the Serb

Stefanos Tsitsipas has been alleged of using ChatGPT to generate a congratulatory message on Djokovic's Roland Garros victory.


“He is desperate for the attention,” Stefanos Tsitsipas faces heat of Novak Djokovic fans after getting caught for using AI to congratulate the Serb

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Novak Djokovic (Credits: Public Domain)

Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas is under the heat for apparently using Chat GPT to congratulate Novak Djokovic. Djokovic recently won the Roland Garros 2023 (the French Open), making him the winner of a record 23 Grand Slam titles.

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In his congratulatory message, Tsitsipas wrote on his Twitter post, ” @DjokerNole, you’ve touched our hearts with your unwavering spirit and strong determination. Your ability to bounce back from challenges has become a symbol of hope for fans around the world. Thank you for showing us that with hard work and passion, dreams can become reality.”

Many internet users did not fail to recognize the uncanny redundancy and the possible usage of AI for generating this message. One user on Twitter tried to test ChatGPT to generate a congratulatory message template. Surprisingly, the response by the AI tool was precisely similar to what Tsitsipas posted on his Twitter page.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas is under the heat from the tennis community for using ChatGPT to congratulate Djokovic

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Stefanos Tsitsipas (Credits: ATP World Tour)

Novak Djokovic recently won his 23rd Grand Slam with his Roland Garros 2023 victory, passing Rafael Nadal’s record of the most Grand Slam wins in men’s tennis. Djokovic beat Norwegian Casper Rudd 7-6 (1), 6-3, 7-5 in Sunday’s final game. With this, he became the first man to win all four tennis majors thrice, joining the likes of Serena Williams, Steffi Graf, and Margaret Court.

Stefanos Tsitsipas did not leave the opportunity to congratulate the 36-year-old Serb on his achievement. He left a sweet congratulatory note on Twitter, with words that seemed like heartfelt emotions from the Greek tennis star. However, fans quickly uncovered his usage of ChatGPT to generate a congratulatory message.

One can notice the apparent similarity between the AI-generated message and Djokovic’s tweet in the aforementioned tweet. Perhaps, even the most prominent sporting stars do not refrain from using the best of technology for their benefit. The use of AI has been much frowned upon by the sporting community, with recently NBA star Ja Morant coming under the heat. In his apology for the recent gun flashing controversy, Morant was heavily criticized for generating his apology note for Twitter through AI.

Here is how the fans reacted to Tsitsipas’ allegedly plagiarising his content to congratulate Novak Djokovic.

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In terms of his career, Tsitsipas is currently the World no.5 in tennis. He played his last match against Carlos Alcaraz, to whom he faced a 6-2, 6-1, 7-6(5), in the quarter of the French Open’s draw. This season, Tsitsipas has a 31-9 match record, with his best performances coming from Australian Open and in Barcelona.

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