Promising Stefanos Tsitsipas, 19, trusts the process as he is not obsessed with making major achievements at the moment. Tsistsipas of Greece is the second youngest player ranked in the top-100. The Greek is currently enjoying his career-high ranking of No.
71 in the world. Last year's Rogers Cup semi-finalist and world No. 44 Shapovalov, 18, is the youngest player ranked inside the top-100. Tsitsipas has yet to win an ATP title. On the other side, 20-year-old Alexander Zverev has already won two Masters 1000 titles and reached his career-high ranking of No.
3 last year. Hyeon Chung, 21, won the inaugural edition of last year's NextGen ATP Finals and made the semi-finals at this year's Australian Open. "Of course I'm patient. As we say in Greece, things have their own time, they will come at the right time.
I try to stay humble, stay hungry, do the right things, work correctly, do the right things off and on the court and I believe the result is something that is just a word," Tsitsipas said. Tsitsipas defeated Moldova's Radu Albot in Indian Wells round one before losing to two-time French Open semi-finalist Dominic Thiem in round two.
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