Tsitsipas Brothers Declare First ATP Title and Petros Enters High 100


By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Tuesday October 24, 2023

A fast look on the ATP doubles rankings exhibits a significant milestone for Greece and the Tsitsipas household.

Tennis Express

After claiming his first ATP doubles titles alongside his brother Stefanos in Antwerp, Petros Tsitsipas has now formally entered the High-100. The 23-year-old rises 29 spots to a career-high rating of 81.

It was a proud second for the household, as older brother Stefanos has at all times made time to take Petros below his wing, as he dedicated himself to their doubles success regardless of his busy singles schedule.

Now they’ve their first ATP title to have fun.

“That is what we dreamed about rising up.” Tsitsipas mentioned in a put up on Instagram.

He mentioned these emotional phrases after the ultimate, in keeping with the Tennis Letter:

“There are definitely a number of feelings. I need to say that I’ve performed a number of tournaments in my life, I’ve received a number of titles, and I’ve nice reminiscences. However this one struck me otherwise, and I can say with nice confidence that it’s in all probability one of the emotional and vital moments of my profession, much more than the singles titles.

“With the ability to win with my brother is unimaginable. We have been little youngsters working round hitting tennis balls and it could by no means have occurred to us that we might have the chance to play ATP 250, 500 or 1000. I want to thank Petros and everybody who made this potential. We’ve come a good distance and I actually hope we are able to proceed to take action. And that we are able to assist one another in our personal manner and make this journey a dream.”

Afterwards the pair celebrated, with Paula Badosa, the girlfriend of Tsitsipas, taking the selfie honors.



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