Serena Williams's coach Patrick Mouratoglou feels very satisfied and happy with Stefanos Tsitsipas's win over Roger Federer at the Australian Open. Tsitsipas regularly trains at the Mouratoglou Academy near Nice, France, with his coach and father Apostolos and Mouratoglou as well.
Speaking to SRF, "The Coach" said: 'I do not feel like Roger lost the game. I found an amazing Tsitsipas. He is an inborn player.' Tsitsipas joined a very exclusive club by beating Roger Federer at the Australian Open on Sunday.
The Greek is now the fifth active player who is leading head to head meetings against Federer, 1-0. Thanasi Kokkinakis and Evgeny Donskoy lead 1-0 as well, then Novak Djokovic (25-22) and Rafael Nadal (23-15). Tsitsipas is the fourth youngest player who ever beat Federer in a Grand Slam, at 20 years and five months.
The four youngest are Rafael Nadal (20 years) in the 2006 French Open final, Rafael Nadal again at 19 years in the 2005 French Open semifinal, 18-year-old Mario Ancic tops the list with 2002 Wimbledon win. ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title