Tsitsipas for Antetokunbo: “He is a good and humble child” | NBA

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Stefanos Tsitsipas spoke with the best words about Giannis Antitokoumbo in the press conference before the Paris Masters in the French capital.

The Greek tennis player, who is at No. 2 on the board in Paris, was asked about the NBA MVP, after their vacation in Athens made the rounds of the world.

“He is a very humble and very good child. He is one of the best athletes in the world right now and I learned a lot from him. Despite the differences in our sports, we talked about work, but also about how everyone manages success in life. I had a great time with him. “I also met his wife and their son,” said Tsitsipas.

Stefanos will start his matches at the Paris Masters on Wednesday (4/11) against the winner of the match between Casper Rudd and Hugo Uber and stated that he is feeling well.

“Unlike other years, I do not feel tired because this year we did not have a full year. I have no reason to feel tired. The pandemic is certainly the biggest challenge facing the world today. I would love to play every week, but with the current conditions this is impossible. “I try to keep my body in the best possible condition and I hope to reach as far as I can in this tournament”, he emphasized characteristically.


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