Stefanos Tsitsipas is one of the protagonists of the Game, on and off the court, as we told in the lasy weeks. Number 3 in the world, he starts at Indian Wells as one of the favorites to win the title. A success that would also allow him to dream of reaching the top of the ranking, hoping for an identical result at the Miami Open as well.
He is also one of the stars of Break Point, the Netflix documentary that tells the behind the scenes of the tennis world. Waiting for a second season, with the uncertainty about who the new protagonists are, the Greek tennis player talks to the ATP Tour precisely about what his life is, on and off the tennis court.
He told: “I don’t want to waste a single day of my life staying still or still without elevating myself through experiences. I’m afraid of losing something and I don’t want people only know me for my tennis. Life is about adventures, life is about making good memories.”
Stefanos Tsitsipas: “I don’t want people to know me just for my tennis”
The series aims to tell not only the successes and failures of the tennis players in the series, but also everything that the protagonists experience outside.
Regarding this last aspect, the aspirations of Stefanos Tsitsipas come out of the court, with the desire to be remembered for something else. Tsitsipas said: “I want to have an empire bigger and bigger than just tennis. I explored the cinematic side of what I’m capable of and what stories I want to tell.
Music has allowed me to express something else.” The Greek also revealed interesting words to the official ATP Tour website. “I would like to give people the opportunity to dream and not be afraid,” concluded the current world number three, Who then also added: “And the only The way to get to this place is to seek discomfort and set yourself free.”