Tsitsipas and a “game of thrones” about the Big 3


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Tsitsipas and a "game of thrones" about the Big 3

The beginning of the road in the Toronto Masters 1000 for the greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, new N ° 3 of the world ranking, it started in the best way. After beating Frenchman Ugo Humbert (27th) by 6-3, 6-7 (13) and 6-1, who deposited him in the Round of 16 of the tournament, the 22-year-old European spoke at a press conference: he referred to the Big 3 and assured that he, together with the new generation of tennis players ” … we have the utmost respect for them, we have grown up watching them play, so it is very exciting to be competing with them during this period of time. ”.

With the resignation of Rafael Nadal (4th) in Canada, no member of the so-called Big 3 is present at the tournament. “I don’t really think about it too much, it is what it is, period. If they are not physically ready, if they are not ready to play, it is in their power to make this decision.. It is a fact and we must accept it, we know that they have hundreds of fans in the stands, that They are the great attractions for which people come to the stadiums, to see the big events. They are part of tennis, but I think they also there’s room in the room for the new stars. Little by little things are changing, young people are coming up and showing what they are capable of, so it will be interesting to see how this change of thrones takes place, it will be an interesting game. We also feel a large number of fans who follow us and give us their love in each match, so we have to respond by giving our best. We have the utmost respect for them, we have grown up watching them play, so it is very exciting to be competing with them during this period of time, ”said Tsitsipas.

After everything that happened in the Olympic Games, mainly With gymnast Simone Biles, the subject of mental health was on everyone’s lips. As a result of this, the winner of seven ATP titles admitted that he works with a psychologist And he said: ” I’ve been doing it for a while now, I work with a psychologist, you can also call him a tennis advisor. I have known him since I was 12 years old and we have been working ever since, he helps me whenever I need it. Generally I try to find solutions and solve my problems on my own, I do not like to depend too much on other people on certain occasions, not more than is strictly necessary. ”


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