“Andy Murray Is The Funniest Player While Coco Gauff Has The Biggest Fighting Spirit,” Says Stefanos Tsitsipas


Stefanos Tsitsipas, the Greek professional tennis had a question-answer session with the fans on his Instagram account. Additionally, all the questions and answers are there as a story on his handle.

The fans asked various interesting questions to world number six. When asked about the things he is grateful for, the 22-year-old answered, ” Some of the things that I am grateful for is my family, my friends. The other thing I am grateful is for is being able to play tennis at such a level. I am also grateful for being able to travel and being healthy.” Moreover, he believes that his mom has the biggest impact on his life.

Additionally, Tsitsipas mentions Andy Murray as the funniest player on a tour. Besides, when asked about the favorite tournament to play, he referred to Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) as the best.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

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In addition to this, the Greek tennis star believes that mindset is the “secret” to consistency. When asked about his opinion on Coco Gauff, he answered, “She has a soul. She has the biggest fighting spirit. I played with her when I was 16-years-old. And I can tell you I was really impressed.”

Besides, a fan asked him regarding his opinion about Naomi Osaka to which he answered,” One of the scariest forehands I have seen in women tennis. Plus an introvert trying to be an extrovert.”

Stefanos Tsitsipas

The Greek player also shared his opinions on the American legend Serena Williams. He said, “ She is a sweetheart. When she walks into the room, you can feel her presence and energy. It is just intense.”

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Further, the one skill that Stefanos would like to acquire in his life is how to make his bed. To ask him questions, and to see all the answers hop on to his Instagram account.


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