Men’s Tennis Tsitsipas Wins at Monte Carlo Masters

Men’s Tennis Tsitsipas wins his first win of the year at Monte Carlo Masters

Stefanos Tsitsipas (12th place, Greece) won the singles championship at the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour Monte Carlo Masters (total prize money of 5,950,575 euros).

Tsitsipas defeated Kasper Ruud (10th, Norway) 2-0 (6-1 6-4) in the singles final on the last day of the tournament held in Monte Carlo, Monaco on the 14th (local time).

With this, Tsitsipas lifted the trophy for the first time in this year’s competition. 파워볼사이트

Tsitsipas has repeatedly been caught by lower-ranked players this year.

Since the semifinals at Los Cabos, Mexico last February, he has not advanced beyond the quarterfinals.

The last time he won the tour was in Los Cabos in July of last year, and that was already 9 months ago.

But this competition was different.

He defeated strong players including world number 5 Alexander Zverev (Germany) and this year’s Australian Open champion Jannik Sinner (second place, Italy) to reach the finals, and eventually lifted the trophy.

The Monte Carlo Masters is a tournament where Tsitsipas showed a strong performance.

He won the competition in 2021 and 2022, and regained the throne again after two years.

After confirming his win that day, Tsitsipas lay down on the court floor for a while and cupped his face, as if remembering his troubles.

He said, “I had a really hard time, but it’s amazing that I was able to get on the podium and win again.”

Tsitsipas‘ ranking, which fell out of the top 10, is expected to rise to 7th with this win.

Ruud defeated Novak Djokovic (No. 1, Serbia) in the semifinals, becoming the first Norwegian player to defeat the world No. 1, but was unable to carry his momentum into the final.

Rude shows a weak side in the finals of big competitions.

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