Runner-up Thiem tracked ATP Finals’ champion Tsitsipas in Iceland

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Runner-up Thiem tracked ATP Finals’ champion Tsitsipas in Iceland

Dominic Thiem followed Tsitsipas — who denied the Austrian’s attempt at the ATP Finals title just a couple of weeks ago — in Iceland where both have experienced great adventures after a tiring tennis season..

The first one to make it to Iceland was Stefanos, who trained with world’s strongest Icelandic man, explored the insides of a crashed plane and put together another one of his famous vlogs. “My trip to this unrealistic piece of land, the so-called Iceland has come to an end but, I see it more as a beginning, a starting point.

I witnessed things with my eyes. Surrounded by beauty and pleasantness. A journey which educated me and made me love even more! I feel fortunate to be living life with such entity. It was more than photographs of beautiful landscapes, breathtaking sceneries and gracious people, that made me feel things as a person.

This was more of a fragrance enhanced with adoration. A sense of achievement. This “Icelandic Odyssey” was something extraordinary. A cold body carries a warm heart. That’s something that I learnt from this trip.

By the way, I feel like a Viking now!”, was Tsitsipas overview of his Nordic trip.

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After Stefanos announced his depart from Iceland, Thiem acknowledged his Instagram fans that he’s leaving Iceland as well and that he will start preparing for 2020.

Domi inserted a little joke at the end of his caption saying that he couldn’t find Tsitsipas although they were in the same small country at the same time. “I had a great time in Iceland, what a beautiful and unique country.

Now it’s time to prepare for 2020”. PS: I also rented an ATV to race with you @stefanostsitsipas98, but unfortunately, I couldn’t find you anywhere”. said Thiem.

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In conclusion, it’s nice to see two top players bonding a friendship and not holding grudges even if they just settled an important title.