Stefanos Tsitsipas answers if there is room for improvement in his game



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Stefanos Tsitsipas answers if there is room for improvement in his game

World No. 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas has underlined that there is always a room for improvement as he is hoping to continue his great form in the rest of the clay season. Tsitsipas kicked off his clay season last week at the Monte Carlo Masters, where he won back-to-back titles after beating Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the final.

After the final, Tsitsipas conducted an interview with Sport Klub, where he was asked if there's any room for improvement in his game. Tsitsipas, who has won at every level except the Grand Slam level, stated that absolutely there is a room for further improving his game.

"Always, always room for improvements. The plans for the next season, I don't know. I'm just trying to enjoy this moment and cherish the whole story of this week as much as I can," Tsitsipas told Sport Klub.

Tsitsipas wins back-to-back Monte Carlo titles

Tsitsipas, a former world No. 3, handed a 6-3 7-6 (3) loss to Davidovich Fokina in the Monte Carlo final. Davidovich Fokina made a good start to the match, claiming the first break in the third game.

However, it didn't take long for Tsitsipas to respond as he broke Davidovich Fokina in the fourth and eighth games to overturn the deficit and win the first set. Tsitsipas started the second set with a break but Davidovich Fokina broke back in the fourth game.

Tsitsipas broke Davidovich Fokina again in the ninth game but failed to serve out for the match in the 10th game. However, Tsitsipas kept his focus and dominated the tie-break to seal a straight-set win. “I am very proud of myself,” Tsitsipas said.

“Things weren’t going well at one point, but I managed to stay composed to finish the match off. I am really proud with the belief I put in my game. Sometimes you doubt yourself, but it is always important to keep your head high."