Tsitsipas questioned his presence at the Australian Open

“I don’t know what my future plans are. I’m not sure. I would love to play, but I really don’t even know how I’m going to feel tomorrow, “said Stefanos Tsitsipas at a press conference after the loss to Diego Schwartzman.

Annoyed by his level in the ATP Cup, with unknowns facing the Australian Open. “This was one of my biggest concerns about playing today, how my recovery was going to go. That was the problem with playing doubles the other day: I finished the game and the next day I couldn’t serve. I felt a lot of pain.”

“Simply I hope I can go out on the court tomorrow and practice the serve without pain. My biggest goal is to have a 100% recovery in the elbow, “stated the World No. 4.” I have done many things in the last weeks to protect it as much as possible and be 100% again. I focus on my health and well-being more than anything right now. “

“The truth is that my serve has not been at the desired level. The percentages were not good at all. I saw them later, but I was unable to serve better. I do not like excuses, but I was not 100% to serve as I would have liked as the game progressed. I wish with all my heart that I had been able to dodge the pain and have served better, that would have helped me a lot. “

Finally, he closed with some hope for the first Grande of the year “Do we have two weeks? I think that’s enough. I’ve never been in a situation like this, so I don’t know. It’s my first time dealing with something like this. “