Stefanos Tsitsipas: I want to win all four Grand Slams, Olympics and Davis Cup
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Stefanos Tsitsipas admits he is dreaming very big as he reveals he is aiming to win all four Grand Slams and become the world No 1, as well as to win an Olympic gold medal and lead Greece to a Davis Cup title. Tsitsipas, 24, is a two-time Grand Slam finalist and he is currently enjoying a career-high ranking of No 3 in the world.
This past weekend, Tsitsipas led Greece to a win over Ecuador in the World Group I playoffs. When it comes to the Olympics, Tsitsipas made his Olympic debut at the Tokyo Olympics - where he reached the round-of-16 before losing to Ugo Humbert.
"I have many dreams. One of them is to win the gold medal. As well as to win the Davis Cup with Greece, to get the four Grand Slams and the world No 1 ranking. Looking back at my game compared to three or four years ago, a lot has changed.
My composure is better than it was," Tsitsipas told sports24.gr, as revealed on Sportskeeda.
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Tsitsipas had a chance to accomplish two major goals at the Australian Open
In the Australian Open final, Tsitsipas had two feats on the line.
Had Tsitsipas defeated Novak Djokovic, he would have won his first Grand Slam and would have also reached the world No 1 ranking. In his post-final press conference, Tsitsipas described himself as "a born champion" and sounded optimistic his goals would eventually be achieved.
"It's my time to aim for something like this. I don't see any reason to be lowering my expectations or my goals. I am born a champion. I can feel it in my blood. I can feel it as a competitive kid that I was when I was young. It's something that is within me.
I want to harvest that, make it bloom, make it even stronger and fonder, work hard towards those goals. It's that beautiful number, the number '1', that will make things extremely emotional when converting that," Tsitsipas said.