As he showed on the pitch, it could only have been negative if Stefanos Tsitsipas, who was uncompromising and somewhat exhausted, observed the loss against Holger Rune (7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4). Without further explanation.
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But Stefanos Tsitsipas assures that he is fully alert and fit: “In the last two service matches I have managed to put more pressure on him and it has been day and night. But when it came time to make these changes, my mind wasn’t really there. It was too late in the match, too late… I had to sleep, it was too late! The Greek, who is the bottom favorite at Roland-Garros, was therefore eliminated by young Holger Rune in the 16th round on Monday. Again, without looking for a very general excuse, he documents that he “didn’t watch the bruises”: “I’m not watching the next opponent. I know what I have to do to get back to last year’s level, and it’s definitely not easy. »
“Maybe we shouldn’t have changed, we say to ourselves…”
Not going that far back, when Stefanos Tsitsipas won the Masters 1000 in Monte-Carlo last month, after all, when he lost in the final against world number 4 Novak Djokovic after going two sets ahead, which gave him high hopes: “I knew it. that I will have tough opponents who know how to play on this surface. But I was good mentally, physically and at the tennis level. I had some problems in training, which brought me back to my frustrations, my inability to understand some of the things and patterns I was trying to impose. If we keep this in mind and change our equipment a little, we say to ourselves, maybe we shouldn’t have changed…”
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The 23-year-old was already very nervous in the first two rounds against Lorenzo Musetti and then against Zdenek Kolar, especially against the Czech, where he got into a real fight with the public. The theoretical favorite of this half of the tableau remains Daniil Medvedev, but the Russian is now slightly less supportedHe is waiting for a possible quarter-final against his compatriot Andrey Rublev.