Stefanos Tsitsipas, one of the most active ATP circuit players on social media, on Sunday he submitted to the questions of his followers, who did not hesitate to ask him questions about the current situation of tennis and other lesser-known facets of the Greek player.
One of the questions they asked the Hellenic tennis player had Rafa Nadal as the unexpected protagonist. Tsitsipas was asked if there would be something that would ban forever what the Greek, with irony, replied: “Rafa playing at Roland Garros”, alluding to the thirteen titles achieved by the Spanish on the clay of Paris.
Rafa playing at the French
– Stefanos Tsitsipas (@StefTsitsipas) January 10, 2021
Tsitsipas also confessed that one of his tennis goals for 2021 is to “Break Ivo Karlovic's serve twice” and also revealed that he has 33 Wimbledon towels in storage.
The Greek tennis player also shared a photo of his past as an athlete and with short hair, he confessed that he is also a great table tennis player and made this prediction about Greek sport: “The future of Greek tennis is better than that of football.”