Stefanos Tsitsipas says this Grand Slam champ is the funniest player on the ATP tour



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Stefanos Tsitsipas says this Grand Slam champ is the funniest player on the ATP tour

Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas is in New York and will return to the tennis courts at the Western & Southern Open, followed by which he will compete at the US Open. The Greek star took part in a Q&A session on Instagram and spoke about several topics, including who the funniest player on the tour is and wanting to be in showbusiness.

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Here are some of the best from the Q&A sesisons of Tistsipas. Who is the funniest player on Tour?
Andy Murray. Are you going to play doubles with me? (from Dominic Thiem)
Dominic don’t worry about it, we’re going to play doubles.

But unfortunately the coronavirus struck just before Miami so it never happened. But I’m sure we can arrange something for the future. Will you ever go back to short hair?
I have been thinking about it for a long time now.

I would love to have short hair, it’s not very easy to maintain that long hair. But at the same time it’s my style and it’s who I am. For what in your life do you feel most grateful?
Some of the things that I am really grateful for are my family, my friends, being from Greece, from such a rich country, and being healthy of course and being able to travel at the same time and play tennis at such a high level.

Is your life better than you imagined?
It honestly couldn’t be better. I have people who love me next to me supporting me throughout this journey, this very difficult journey. I’m living my life to the fullest and honestly couldn’t ask for anything more.

What language do you want to master in the future?
I always have a thing for Japanese, so I’ll go for Japanese. It’s just such a mysterious language. Do you consider being in the film industry?
It’s one of my dreams too.

I would love to be in that business. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the highest-ranked Greek player in history. He is the reigning champion at the ATP Finals, and is the youngest winner of the year-end championships in eighteen years. He has won five singles titles and reached ten finals on the ATP Tour.