Stefanos Tsitsipas spoke about his anti-social manners and how the Greek player would like to change himself and be more interactive.
After his qualification to the Monte Carlo quarterfinals, the young star reported about how less interactive he is and spends most of his time in the hotel and courts during his tours.
The 22-year-old also stated himself as a ‘millennial’ and further exerted his desires to be more social, “You do your job or thing and go back to the hotel and wait for tomorrow. I didn’t have a chance to talk or spend some time with any of them [other players]. I spend a lot of time connected with devices, smartphones, and laptops, or anything digital.
“But, I fall into that category kind of, I consider myself a millennial gen z. So yeah that’s how I grew up and me personally trying to change that and be more social with other people. Talk about anything really like where they come from, their backgrounds, and any interesting topics.”
Stefanos Tsitsipas and his expectations in Monte Carlo
World No.5 became the first seed to the quarterfinals of the ATP 1000 tour in Monaco. The Greek faced the Chilean Cristian Garin in the rounds of 16 of Monte Carlo masters and the match only lasted for two laps.
From the start, Tsitsipas was dominating the court and eventually won the first set with 6-3. However, World No.24 tried to create a little pressure in the second set, but the right-handed Greek turned the table for Garin with 6-4. Thus the first quarterfinal ended in favor of the 22-year-old.
Your first Monte-Carlo quarter-finalist 👏
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 15, 2021
Stefanos Tsitsipas will next face World No. 58 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina on Friday 16 at the Monte-Carlo Masters. We can expect the Greek prodigy to lift his first title of 2021 in his home, Monaco.
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