While many players have been wondering how to use their time off since the BNP Paribas Open has been canceled, Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas has found a great way to utilise the time out. Tsitsipas was in Manila for the Davis Cup World Group tie against the Philippines last weekend and when he found out about the cancelation, he posted an update that he would use the time to 'finally get his driving license'
With his otherwise busy schedule, the 21 year old has not had time to take the exams to get his license.
Now I can finally get my driving license! 😅💪🏼 — Stefanos Tsitsipas (@StefTsitsipas) March 9, 2020
Making the best of a difficult situation!
That's the right attitude Stef, and good luck!I🤞🚘 — Stephie (@5T3PH1E) March 9, 2020
While many of his followers had posted comments to encourage the Greek star, some of his followers did make comments asking him to be careful.
You can do it!! C'mon Stef! 👊 Love that silver lining outlook 🌞 — 🕊🌺Boney(On and off mode)🌺🕊 (@stef_oooooos) March 9, 2020
Tsitsipas himself posted a video on Youtube in August, in which he scraped a golf cart. Others also asked him not to drive while using his phone for texting or vlogging. The World No. 6's last appearance on the ATP Tour was reaching the final of the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships where he lost to World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, of Serbia.