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Tsitsipas after surrendering to Gary: “I have shown that I am better at many things”

Tsitsipas after surrendering to Gary: “I have shown that I am better at many things”

After losing to the Chilean 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 Nicholas Gary (24 degrees) in Quarter-finals to RomeGreek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas (viii) Noon Disappointed with his performance This Thursday at the last turn of the Central Court, he told the media Tennisnews.gr.

“It’s not an easy day for me because I really… I think I could have won this match. I did a lot of wrong things, and I doubted myself a lot. I did not have courage And the Adaptability The 25-year-old former world number three and holder of 11 titles, who reached the final in 2022 and the semi-finals in 2023 on Italian clay courts, said: “What I needed to play the match.”

In the same vein, the last champion continued in Monte Carlo, where he decisively defeated Norwegian Casper Ruud: “The truth is that I tried hard, and unfortunately I played very poorly at the end of the match. It must have been the only time in my career that this happened I didn’t feel confident in my shots and footwork.“.

“I feel like I gave him the match in a way. I felt like I was being robbed, in the sense that the game was really mine. I played great tennis and did very well, especially at the beginning of the match.” I have shown that I am much better at many things“But suddenly the downhill hit me and I could not regain my rhythm,” concluded the native of Athens, who would lose 140 points in the standings and drop to ninth place.

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