The world does not. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas underwent surgery on his right elbow in Switzerland. Injury has plagued him for a while, and has forced him to retire from the ATP Finals, which he won in 2019. He has a 55-19 win-loss record this season. He won titles at Monte-Carlo and Lyon and reached the finals of Acapulco, Barcelona and Roland Garros.
Stefanos Tsitsipas placed fourth in the 2021 ATP Finals, taking place in Turin, Italy. He is part of the Green team, along with Novak Djokovic, Andy Rublev and Casper Rudd. In the first match of the group stage, Tsitsipas faced Rublev, who beat him in consecutive sets. He withdrew from the tournament before the next game (against Casper Ruud). About unexpected events, Tsitsipas said “Not the way I expected to finish this season. Difficult to wrap my head around it”; but promised his fans of a ‘roar‘ and ‘battle‘ comeback.
“Focus on a happier and healthier future” – Stefanos Tsitsipas
He added a photo of himself in a hospital bed, with his arm bandaged. It was annotated”Things often get harder before they get easier, but with each struggle we have the opportunity to create our own unique story. Some days, life is all about your dreams, hopes, and visions for the future. There are days when life is all about putting one foot in front of the other and that’s okay. To all the fans, thank you for your constant support and encouragement. Focus on a healthier and happier future. Next stop, pre-season in Dubai two weeks from now and then looking to Australia. “
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