Tsitsipas a pezzi in conferenza stampa dopo il massacrante ko con Wawrinka

Dopo la partita epica persa con Wawrinka al Roland Garros, Tsitsipas si presenta così in sala stampa, poi scrive un romantico post su Instagram

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Tsitsipas a pezzi in conferenza stampa dopo il massacrante ko con Wawrinka

Dopo la partita epica persa contro Stan Wawrinka, Stefanos Tsitsipas si presenta così in sala stampa al Roland Garros. Stremato per la fatica e ancora addolorato per la sconfitta arrivata dopo più di 5 ore di battaglia, il greco ha commentato fra una pausa e l'altra: "Sono esausto.

Non mi sono mai sentito così in vita mia. Alla fine della partita ero arrabbiatissimo, era da tanto che non piangevo dopo un match. Cercherò di imparare il più possibile da tutto questo" Più tardi, Tsitsipas scriverà di getto un post su Instagram per condividere le proprie emozioni, la propria lezione di vita...

Today I felt something that I can’t really explain. Today was the first time in my entire life, in my twenty years of existence that I felt that “aura”, the real definition of the word, competition.

Not any kind of competition though, it felt different than any other time, any other battle, any other moment on the tennis court. There is something about today that I won’t be able to explain. It’s a feeling that makes me appreciate the sport that I chose to pursue in my life as a career.

The bitter taste of that loss is something unexplainable. @stanwawrinka85 makes our sport real and pragmatic. It’s something that’s rare to find in the world that we are at. It’s something unique. There is loads of charm and charisma to it.

We both struggled, we both went beyond our limits, we both experienced luck and our destiny was drawn on that Parisian court after five hours of physical and mental suffering. I really don’t know if what I feel right now is positive or negative.

There is no bipolar effect to it. Today I learned something that no school, no classroom, no teacher would be able to teach. It’s called, living life!

Un post condiviso da Stefanos Tsitsipas (@stefanostsitsipas98) in data: