In an interview to Channel Nine, Stefanos Tsitsipas commented on Nick Kyrgios's controversial character. "Everybody knows who Kyrgios is, let’s be honest. I know some people see these things I do as something weird, writing all these tweets that make no sense.
It’s not sitting in my room playing video games, Fortnite like someone does. It’s better going outside and creating something rather than just sitting inside playing video games for the whole day, which I did before and now see no point in doing."
The Australian Open semi-finalist also spoke about his passion for photography: "We are planning to go to the Rottnest Island, with the quokkas who are smiling all the time. It basically was called after the Dutch when they conquered, or when they first came to Australia, the Dutch not invented but were the founders of that island.
And there were many quokkas there that they thought were rats and that's why they called it Rottnest Island." Meanwhile Stefanos's father and coach, Apostolos, said: "Hopefully, me as a father I create a good person for the society."
Stefanos Tsitsipas will rise to a new career high of no. 12 in the world on Monday, January 28th once the ATP rankings are updated. After his fourth-round loss, Roger Federer will drop to the sixth place in the ATP rankings.
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