Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas thinks it is "facts" that he would have been living better if the schools taught us "important life skills." Tsitsipas is never afraid to say what is on his mind and on Tuesday he sent out a tweet that drew attention on Twitter.
Tsitsipas is someone who is not afraid to question certain things and to think differently. "If schools taught actual important life skills, like personal finance, relationship values, survival skills, cooking, mental health, sustainable living, or how to make and build things, we’d be living better and thats just facts," Tsitsipas tweeted.
If schools taught actual important life skills, like personal finance, relationship values, survival skills, cooking, mental health, sustainable living, or how to make and build things, we’d be living better and thats just facts.
— Stefanos Tsitsipas (@steftsitsipas) May 17, 2022
Tsitsipas preparing for the French Open
Tsitsipas has had a strong clay season so far as he defended his Monte Carlo title and also ended runner-up in Rome last week.
Tsitsipas was just a win away from winning his second Masters title this clay season but he didn't have an answer for world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the Rome final. After losing to Djokovic, Tsitsipas compared the Serb to a Formula 1 car.
"He has everything tuned in close to perfection," Tsitsipas said after the final when talking about Djokovic. "When it comes to his diet or his everyday life, his tennis, he has everything scheduled out really well.
He's like a Formula 1 car: every single small detail can disrupt his rhythm. He makes sure every single thing that he does is reaching as close to perfection as possible. In terms of talking about tennis legends and breaking records, when it comes to all these things, I personally think he's one of the most professional and the best of them all."
Last year, Tsitsipas fell just short of winning his maiden Grand Slam at the French Open. Tsitsipas was two sets up on Djokovic in the French Open final but Djokovic recovered to win in five sets. Tsitsipas will be hoping to make another strong French Open run and potentially win his maiden Grand Slam.