Stefanos Tsitsipas is undoubtedly one of the top stars in the world of tennis at this instance. The Greek tennis player has achieved a lot in his illustrious career and is expected to add more feathers to his cap in the near future. However, Tsitsipas hasn’t been in the best of forms lately.
Tsitsipas was knocked out of the Vienna Open in his second game by young American sensation Frances Tiafoe. Post that, he withdrew mid-game during his opening encounter at Paris Masters against Alexei Popyrin. Stefanos is now gearing up for the ATP finals and it seems like he has got the perfect partner to practice his heart out on the court.
‘That’s how it’s done’: Tsitsipas teaches Khaby Lame how to serve
Tsitsipas is currently ranked fourth in the world. He has qualified comfortably for the ATP finals despite a string of below-par performances in recent times. This is because the Greek tennis superstar had delivered some magical performances earlier in the season.
In order to polish his skills even further and deliver a memorable performance at the ATP Finals, Tsitsipas was recently seen practicing hard on the court. However, the man he was actually teaching the tricks to serve with perfection is what is actually gaining widespread attention.
Tsitsipas uploaded a video with the caption “You’re welcome” where he taught internet sensation Khaby Lame how to serve perfectly. In the video, Khaby can be seen trying to serve but he literally hits it out of the park. Post that, Tsitsipas comes in and nails the serving after which he does the iconic Khaby hand gesture suggesting to him how it’s actually done.