translated from Spanish: Tsitsipas confessed the hard time he lived before the final at Roland Garros

Tsitsipas became the target of criticism for squandering a two-set lead against Novak Djokovic in the Roland Garros final, in what was also his first appearance in the definition of a major tournament. On dust, he squandered one of his good opportunities but in the last few hours he gave an unexpected confession. Through his social networks and with a photo showing the prize for having reached the second position in the French tournament, the 22-year-old Greek said that just five minutes before entering the Philippe-Chatrier stadium he learned of the death of his grandmother, something that hit him animicamente.” Life is not about winning or losing. It is about enjoying each of the moments in life when we are alone or accompanied. Live a full life without misery and abjection. Lifting trophies and celebrating victories is something, but it’s not everything,” he began on his social media.
“5 minutes before entering the court, my much-loved grandmother lost her battle with life. A wise woman whose faith in life, the will to give and provide cannot be compared to another human she has ever met,” added Tsitsipas, who lived a week convulsed from the mood.” It’s important to have more people like her in this world. Because people like her make you feel alive. Create your dreams. I mean that despite the day, the circumstance or situation, this is dedicated to her, and only to her. Thank you for raising my father. Without him this would not have been possible,” said Stéfanos.The now World No. 4 moved into that position after scoring a large number of points as a Roland Garros finalist and thus surpassing Dominic Thiem in the table, falling behind Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Rafael Nadal.

Original source in Spanish

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