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Stefanos Tsitsipas

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Tsitsipas is the first Greek in an ATP-final since 1973 when Nicholas Kalogeropoulos reached the final in Des Moines.

Here is his reaction after his victory in the semi:

He is now playing the final against Rafael Nadal and is trailing 6-2, 3-0 at this very moment.

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Great for the kid! He's ranking has gone up to 44 as a result of his run to the final in Barcelona. Hopefully he can continue on this upward trajectory and end the year in the top 50 or perhaps even better

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Tsitsipas continues his good streak. After beating Pablo Andújar, (#1 seed) Kevin Anderson and Roberto Carballés Buena he reached the semis of the Estoril Open in Portugal. This guarantees him 90 points on the ATP-ranking at least and also 25,515 euro. His opponent is not known yet as the other quarter final is played at this very moment.

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Tsitsipas lost 4-6, 6-1, 6-7 against Portuguese Joao Sousa and was eliminated in the semis.

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After reaching this semifinal Tsitsipas is now at #40 in the ATP-ranking. 

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Tsitsipas defeats Djokovic the no.1 ranked tennis player in Toronto.

6-3, 6-7, 6-3 

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Great result 
In the second round he also beat 7th seed Domenic Thiem. 
Doesn't get any easier for him, he plays the world no.3 Alexander Zverev in the quarters. 

This kid looks to be the real deal, he just keeps pulling results and results and going deep into tournaments. 

Also not to nit pick, but blackhawk Djokovic is currently ranked 10 in the world. He did win Wimbledon though just last month so he's getting back to his best

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Tsitsipas is semifinalist after beating Zverev 3-6, 7-6 and 6-4!

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Another final for Tsitsipas. He has beaten last years US Open finalist and this years Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson with 6-7, 6-4 & 7-6 (9-7). Next opponent will be  probably again Rafael Nadal, who plays his semi against Russian Kachanov.

Tsitsipas has already won this tournament against 4 opponents of the ATP top 10. Could be 5 in a row.

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Amazing. Just amazing. We have a potential Grand slam winner on our hands. 

Win or lose in the final he is moving into the top 15 in the rankings. A superb run in what has been a superb year for him. Bravo re Stefane

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He couldn’t make it on his 20th birthday and lost 2-6, 6-7.

He is the new #15 at today’s release of the ATP-ranking.

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He is the real deal, we know what potential he got. Maybe a future grand slam winner? 
 

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Tsitsipas won in straight sets 6-3, 7-6 (7-1), 6-4 over Tommy Robredo of Ecuador

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Tsitsipas won his first ATP-title today beating qualifier Ernests Gulbis from Latvia 6-4, 6-4 in Stockholm.

Bravo, Stefane!

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Great for him to get his first ATP level title under his belt. He has had a great year and deserves a win! 

2 tournaments left for him this year, the Basel indoors which is on this week and then the Paris masters. Hopefully he continues his good form on from Stockholm and can go deep in both tournaments

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Tsitsipas (#1 seed) will play the final of the Next Gen Finals in Milan on Sunday. His opponent is Alex de Minaur from Australia (#2 seed).

This tournament is for the best players in the ranking that are 21 or younger and has some other rules like 4 games to win a set. As Tsitsipas is born in 1998 he will be eligible to enter this tournament one more year if his ranking allows him to.

The champion collects USD 235,000.00 prize money. The runner-up USD 130,000.00. As both won al their games the winner will earn a bonus of USD 24,000.00 being undefeated champion. No ATP-points will be rewarded but a ATP-victory can be added to the credit of the winner.

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Another title for Stefanos. He defeated De Minaur with 2-4, 4-1, 4-3 and 4-3. Bravo.

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