How The Greek God proved worthy of his nickname

Zeus has his thunder, Apollo has his light, but it’s the Greek God Tsitsipas who wields the racquet like no other player from his country ever has. The 21-year-old has proven himself worthy of his nickname at UTS and he has also shown himself to be the lord of sudden death.

July 12, 2020

Zeus has his thunder, Apollo has his light, but it’s The Greek God Tsitsipas who wields the racquet like no other player from his country ever has. The 21-year-old has proven himself worthy of his nickname at UTS and he has also shown himself to be the lord of sudden death.

The rest of the field has struggled mightily when trailing two quarters to love, but not the Greek God. Tsitsipas has been the perfect Houdini artist, earning three victories in three tries from two quarters down.

Stefanos Tsitsipas - UTS

It hasn’t always been easy for Tsitsipas and the intense complexity of his battles is what has made his performance so impressive. At 21 years of age he is already displaying the competitive cunning of a 10-year veteran on tour.

Whether he’s ahead or behind, there isn’t a lot that threatens to rattle the cage of the World No.6. It’s a red-hot final four at UTS, but with Tsitsipas’ confidence sky-high, the Greek God just may be too hot to handle.

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