Stefanos Tsitsipas, World No. 7 after his recent run to the Madrid Open final, has announced that he is working on a project that makes him especially eager. “Listening to music and trying to find the right song to get inspired for creating that travel vlog and film journey that’s going to take place in this very extraordinary piece of land with some amazing human beings,” tweeted the Greek NextGen on May 13th.
“I have never been more excited for the future... like never!” Later on, he added, “It’s supposed to take place in this tropical place at the end of the year. This thing is going to be magically spectacular!” Tsitsipas’ YouTube channel already displays 87 videos and has attracted more than 147 thousand followers.
In one of his creations, it is mentioned that the Greek wishes to make a movie, one day. For now, he certainly shows off some motion picture editing skills, as well as progressivists view on the world, which he does not hesitate in transforming in inspirational messages.
Tsitsipas isn't the only ATP player who shares insights of his trips on social media. Denis Shapovalov occasionally creates Instagram stories vlog episodes, and Jamie Murray has opened a YouTube channel to allow his fans to witness some moments of his life on and off the court.
These facts could be a little disappointing to Janko Tipsarevic, who does not consider that social media have a positive impact on the young generation of players.