Stefanos Tsitsipas Concentrates on Getting Better after Surgery

Stefanos Tsitsipas Concentrates on Getting Better after Surgery Photo: TT
Stefanos Tsitsipas returns the ball to Andrey Rublev during their ATP World Tour Finals singles tennis match, at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021

What bad news for Tsitsipas’ fans when the current World Number Four Stefanos Tsitsipas had to withdraw from the ATP Finals due to a right elbow injury. However, he is determined to concentrate on his health so he could join the Australian Open next year in Melbourne, Australia.

Before he withdrew from the ATP Finals, he suffered a loss after being defeated by Andrey Rublev in the Paris Masters. He also participated in his first Grand Slam final in Paris last June, yet he lost to Novak Djokovic.

He also joined the Wimbledon Open, where he was lost during the first round. Next in line was the US Open where he got controversial after Andy Murray complained about his lengthy toilet breaks.

The ATP organization had recently released a statement about the newly imposed regulation about toilet breaks, that each player should only have 3 minutes per toilet break. If the player exceeds 3 minutes, then tennis officials should impose a time violation against the player.

He wrote in his social media account that he would be focusing on his health, as things get tougher for him. Although he can barely make it to the Dubai pre-season, still he is looking to make it to Australia.

He also noted that some days are made for his dreams and hopes for the future, but some days require him to rest. After all, Tsitsipas displayed an impressive performance this year, and even Murray who complained about toilet breaks before said that Tsitsipas’ performance is on the next level.

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