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‘I am still very angry with what happened at Wimbledon’, admits Stefanos Tsitsipas

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Stefanos Tsitsipas has admitted he is “still very angry” with his opening round defeat at Wimbledon ahead of his return to action this week.

The world No. 4 was upset 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 by unseeded American Frances Tiafoe in the first round of The Championships.

It was the 22-year-old’s third opening round loss in his four appearances at the All England Club to date.

Tsitsipas will make his return to competition at the Hamburg Open ATP 500 clay-court tournament – where he is the No. 1 seed – this week.

“I try to get the most out of every game. This match against Tiafoe is complicated. I am still very angry with what happened,” the Greek said in a pre-tournament interview.

“I came to Wimbledon with the idea of wanting to play a good role, to do a very different result from previous years, but it didn’t work.

“If I were someone who felt comfortable in situations like this, I wouldn’t dedicate myself to tennis. I always try to go higher and get the best possible result in every tournament I play.”

Tsitsipas was a runner-up in Hamburg in 2020 – losing to Andrey Rublev.


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