Tsitsipas, abandonment and boo in Paris


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Tsitsipas, abandonment and boo in Paris

In the wake of discomfort in your right elbow, Stefanos Tsitsipas (3rd) he had to abandon the match against Australian Alexei Popyrin (71st) on his debut at the Paris Masters 1000, when he fell 4-2 in the opening set.

He then received boos of the spectators and sowed uncertainty about his presence in the ATP Finals, tournament to be held between November 14 and 21, in Turin, Italy.

And lately stood accused by fans of receiving instructions from his father and trainer, Apostolos during his constant trips to the bathroom, the Greek, which adds two titles in 2021, added a new chapter in his love-hate relationship with lovers of this sport, who disapproved of his actions.

In addition, the one born in Athens 23 years ago, who has not raised a title since May, when he beat Briton Cameron Norrie and celebrated at the ATP 250 in Lyon, prolonged its meager performance in subsequent tournaments, in which he recorded rapid eliminations at Wimbledon (first round against Frances Tiafoe), at the Tokyo Olympics (round of 16 against Ugo Humbert), at the US Open (third round against Carlos Alcaraz) and in Vienna (round of 16, again vs. Tiafoe).


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