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Stefanos Tsitsipas says he is 'losing his mind' while being stuck in self-isolation due to the coronavirus outbreak. The tennis season has been suspended until June due to the global outbreak which has claimed the lives of nearly 25,
You have been transported to the world of Stefanos Tsitsipas - a world where tennis stars talk to bottles of Corona and ponder the existential questions of life. The coronavirus pandemic has forced athletes across the globe into lockdown and many have come up with create ways to stay at their physical peak. Tsitsipas is no different ...
The young bloods are pushing them more than ever and this just might be the year when one of the youngsters finally break through and win a Grand Slam. Some might even say that the youngsters have started to make their mark already with Stefano Tsitsipas beating Roger Federer at the Australian Open in 2019,
The player was speaking in a video conference from the southern Spanish city of Marbella, where he and his family are currently hunkering down under nationwide lockdown orders.
Like all sport, tennis has also been brought to a grinding halt due to the global coronavirus ... Players have taken this forced break differently – from Serena Williams admitting a sense of anxiety to Stefanos Tsitsipas going all-out on his Youtube channel and several others helping with donations and charity in this rough time – most ...
Novak Djokovic’s remarks came as the International Olympic Committee announced the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With a YouTube travel vlog and millions of followers on social media, Stefanos Tsitsipas regularly uses his channels to provide a glimpse into his life and personality. The reigning Nitto ATP Finals champion gave tennis fans a chance to interact with him by holding a Twitter Q&A on Monday. Tsitsipas shared his favourite TV show, biggest food ...
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The French Tennis Federation moving the French Open without consulting any of its partners reasonably frustrated the other Grand Slams as well as the ATP and WTA tours.