Stefanos Tsitsipas explains the meaning behind the Greek flag (VIDEO)

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Stefanos Tsitsipas, who with a victory against Mansouri sent Greece to the promotion playoffs of the Davis Cup in Tunisia, published on social media a video of the Greek team's celebrations.

At the same time, he explained to his followers the definition of the word pride, as well as the meaning of the Greek flag.

περηφάνεια (pride) (n.) a deep feeling of one’s own dignity, importance, history, heritage and roots. Let’s go HELLAS," he tweeted.

"Greece’s flag has nine stripes for the nine syllables in a Greek phrase meaning, “Freedom or Death”. The blue colour represents the sea, and the white represents the waves," added on Twitter.

Tsitsipas helped Team Greece to defeat Tunisia in a Davis Cup tie. The world number 6 is always more than happy to represent his country in any competition.

Greece defeated Tunisia 3-1 and soon after the win, Stefanos, his father and the entire team celebrated singing together in this happy video.

Ranked no.6, the Greek tennis star played his last match on the 29th of August when he surrendered to world no.75 Daniel Elahi Galan Riveros 6-0 6-1 3-6 7-5 in the 1st round of the U.S. Open (draw).

This year, he has managed to achieve a compiled 46-17 match record. Stefanos has won 2 titles in 2022 in Monte-Carlo and in Mallorca. The Greek got to the final in Rotterdam, in Rome and in Cincinnati.

Tsitsipas will compete next in Nur-Sultan (Astana Open). He will start to play the tournament from the main draw on the 3rd of October.

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