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Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas has spoken up on the Covid-19 crisis which put on hold all tennis events, saying that the planet would benefit if humanity is placed in lockdown every year.
The World No.6 also stated it has been sort of a blessing in disguise as he is getting time to spend with his family, which otherwise would have been spent on the tour.
The coronavirus pandemic has stalled young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas's burgeoning career but he remains philosophical about the current tennis shutdown.
Tennis’ rising superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas has claimed that mankind should undergo lockdown once every year to help save the planet. The Greek world No. 6 says the COVID-19 lockdown has been a blessing in disguise of sorts as he is getting time to spend with his family,
Tsitsipas shared a photo of himself holding up a sign with the Australian bad boy's number two weeks ago when Kyrgios celebrated his 25th birthday.
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While he is missing life on Tour, Tsitsipas believes the lockdown has given the planet a breath. "I actually think they should put us in lockdown once a year -- it's good for nature, it's good for our planet,
The coronavirus pandemic has stalled young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas's burgeoning career but he remains philosophical about the current tennis shutdown.
The coronavirus pandemic has stalled young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas's burgeoning career but he remains philosophical about the current tennis shutdown. The world number six would have been preparing for the French Open that was originally scheduled to start this weekend but was postponed to September. While he is missing life on Tour ...
The coronavirus pandemic has stalled young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas's burgeoning career but he remains philosophical about the current tennis shutdown. The world No. 6 would have been preparing ...