Tsitsipas’s viral moment in the press room: he almost cried


Stefanos Tsitsipas’ adventure in this edition of Wimbledon is over. After not even competing in the mixed doubles draw due to the injury of his partner Paula Badosa and falling in the first round of the doubles with his brother Petros, This Monday it’s time to say goodbye to the individual tournament.

The Greek was stunned by American Christopher Eubanks (3-6, 7-6(4), 3-6, 6-4, 6-4) in a match that was relatively controlled until the middle of the fourth set.

Definitely a painful defeat. And we’re not just saying that because they missed a golden opportunity to make it to the quarterfinals. We are talking about physical pain. Experienced in the press room.

Unlike what happened on the track, here the good Stefanos didn’t wait to annoy him. Arriving in the press room, the Greek quickly sat down and prepared to approach the table, so unlucky that he hit his leg with one of the feet.

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As you can see in the pictures, the pain was great and the world number 5 took a reasonable time to recover and be available for journalists to ask questions.

A viral moment that reminded us, and many, of what Rafa Nadal experienced in 2011 during one of his post-match appearances at the US Open.

At that time it was the cramps the people who made the Balearic see the stars.

Source: La Verdad


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