Corentin Moutet roasts Stefanos Tsitsipas after Greek's post about nature

Moutet had a great reaction to Tsitsipas' latest post on X.

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Corentin Moutet roasts Stefanos Tsitsipas after Greek's post about nature
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French tennis player Corentin Moutet hilariously reacted to Stefanos Tsitsipas' post about nature, pointing out that it is funny to hear it from someone who constantly switches countries and pretty much uses planes weekly. 

On the court, world No. 7 Tsitsipas has been one of the best players in the world for many years now. On social media, the 25-year-old Greek loves to post about inspirational, motivational and at times philosophical stuff. 

On Monday, Tsitsipas shared another post of that nature - no pun intended. 

"Nature is one of the most beautiful things in the world. The way the leaves change colors in the fall, the sound of waves crashing on the shore, the beauty of a snow-covered landscape. Let's protect and cherish our planet, and preserve its beauty for generations to come," Tsitsipas wrote on X on Monday.

After seeing the post, Moutet had a great reaction: "From a tennis player flying every week to a new country (laughing emoji)."

After winning Monte Carlo, Tsitsipas went straight to Barcelona

Last week, Tsitsipas kicked off his clay season in the best possible style, winning his third Monte Carlo Masters after ousting Casper Ruud 6-1 6-4. 

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Since the final was played on Sunday and Barcelona - the next tournament on Tsitsipas' schedule was starting on Monday - the Greek didn't have much time to stay in Monte Carlo. Instead, Tsitsipas hopped on a plane or jet and went directly to Barcelona. 

In Barcelona, Tsitsipas is the fifth-seeded player and had a first-round bye. Because of that, Tsitsipas will be starting his Barcelona campaign on Wednesday against Sebastian Ofner, who defeated Pavel Kotov in the first round. Against Ofner, Tsitsipas has a 2-0 head-to-head.

When Tsitsipas kicks off his Barcelona campaign, he will be making his sixth appearance at the tournament. In the past, Tsitsipas had three really big Barcelona runs but he is still without a title at the tournament after losing in the finals in 2018, 2021 and 2023.

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