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“Dear Fans”: Stefanos Tsitsipas shares his life and passions

"Dear Fans": Stefanos Tsitsipas shares his life and passions

"Dear Fans": Stefanos Tsitsipas shares his life and passions

Our bags are ready.

World No.6 Stefanos Tsitsipas has invited his fans to accompany him on his journey on and off the court.

Dubbed the next Roger Federer, Tsitsipas has been hitting the ball over the net from a young age.

In his short tennis career, he already has five ATP titles to his name. Moreover, he won the ATP Finals in 2019 and is a two-time Grand Slam semifinalist.

Over the years there will a lot more to celebrate.

The 22-year-old couldn’t contain his excitement announcing the news of his new original series, ‘Dear Fans’ on social media.

The series has now started streaming on the Tennis Channel.

“Dear fans, I’m excited to share my life and passions with you on and off the court. So pack your bags and follow me in my new original series #DearFans streaming now on TennisChannel.com,” he posted.

Greece’s tennis star is the main character in the series which follows him as he travels around the world for tournaments.

“It’s not easy. There’s a lot of work that goes in every single day. I need to push more. You always have to change towards something greater. I love tennis and it gives me the opportunity to grow every single day.”

Not only is he the main character, but also the executive producer.

https://twitter.com/steftsitsipas/status/1359360922100269057

Today Tsitsipas takes on Greek Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis (who is being coached by Mark Philippoussis) in the second round of the 2021 Australian Open.

Philippoussis is an Australian retired tennis player of Greek and Italian descent. He turned professional in 1994. His greatest achievements are winning two Davis Cup titles with Australia in 1999 and 2003, winning the deciding rubber in the final of each.

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