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Tsitsipas’ British Fairy Tale Ends in Defeat at the Hands of Nadal

Stefanos Tsitsipas during today’s match against the #1 player in the world, Rafael Nadal. Credit: ATP Tour Twitter account

Greek tennis superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas battled valiantly against Rafael Nadal, the world’s No. 1 tennis player at the moment, during the ATP Finals held in London on Friday afternoon.

However, the young Greek player lost to his Spanish opponent in the final round of the group stages of the ATP Finals in London, after a nerve-wracking match, full of suspenseful twists and turns. 

Despite his great determination, strength and athletic passion, Tsitsipas did not manage to bring the longtime Spanish champion down and lost 2 sets to 1, with scores of 7-6, 4-6 and 5-7. 

Nonetheless, this was the first time that a Greek tennis player has even reached the ATP Finals, as the current No.6 in the world continues to offer great moments of brilliance to his many thousands of fans.


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