Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas has his eyes set to win a Grand Slam in 2020, he revealed in a mini-documentary produced by ATP.
The tennis champion was one of the players featured in a series of videos produced as part of the channel’s year in review.
ATP’s documentary includes Tsitsipas’ journey from the Next Gen ATP Finals in November 2018 to the ATP Finals in November 2019, as well as footage from his pre-season preparations in Dubai, where he worked with Mouratoglou Tennis Academy coach, Frédéric Lefebvre.
Over the weekend, the young tennis player also arrived in Brisbane ahead of the ATP cup which kicks off on the 3rd January.
The ATP Cup grouping in Brisbane pits the world’s best emerging talents against each other.
Tsitsipas is the clear standout for Greece and is delighted that he will represent his nation in Group F games against Australia, Canada and Germany.
“It brings Greece new opportunities and new possibilities. As Team Greece’s highest-ranked player, I’m really proud that I have a team like this by my side, Most of them are young and, for us, it’s probably one of the biggest events to play as a team together. The ATP Cup is one of the biggest events we will ever play,” he stated.
Tsitsipas has set the bar very high for himself, and from all of us at GCT, we wish him all the best as he pursues his dreams and can’t wait to continue to watch him succeed!
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