Stefanos Tsitsipas admits he’s dreaming big and reveals he’s aiming winning all four Grand Slams and becoming world number 1, as well as winning an Olympic gold medal and leading Greece to a Davis Cup title. Tsitsipas, 24, is a two-time Grand Slam finalist and currently enjoys a career-high ranking of his as world number 3.
Last weekend, Tsitsipas led Greece to a win over Ecuador in the World Group I playoffs. When it comes to the Olympics, Tsitsipas made his Olympic debut at the Tokyo Olympics, where he reached the round of 16. before losing to Ugo Humbert.
«I have many dreams. One of them is to win the gold medal. As well as winning the Davis Cup with Greece, getting all four Grand Slams and being ranked No. 1 in the world. Looking back on my game compared to three or four years ago , many things have changed.
My composure is better than it was,» Tsitsipas told sports24.gr, as revealed on Sportskeeda.
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Tsitsipas had the opportunity to achieve two important goals at the Australian Open
In the Australian Open final, Tsitsipas had two feats on the line.
If Tsitsipas had defeated Novak Djokovic, he would have won his first Grand Slam and also achieved a world No. 1 ranking. In his post-final press conference, Tsitsipas described himself as «a born champion» and was optimistic. that you will eventually achieve your goals.
«It’s my time to aim for something like this. I don’t see any reason to lower my expectations or my goals. I was born a champion. I can feel it in my blood. I can feel it as a competitive kid that I was when I was young, it’s something that’s inside from my.
I want to harvest that, make it blossom, make it even stronger and more loving, work hard to achieve those goals. It’s that beautiful number, the number ‘1’, that will make things extremely emotional in converting that,» Tsitsipas said.