‘Give me your skills’: Tsitsipas receives gift from Giannis Antetokounmpo


Greek tennis player, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and NBA star, Giannis Antetokounmpo, have been soaking up the sun in Greece over the last few days to celebrate the end of their respective sports seasons.

In what many would say is the perfect ending to their vacation, Antetokounmpo has given Tsitsipas a gift as a sign of his appreciation for the sports star.

In a video posted on Tsitsipas’ Twitter page, Antetokounmpo can be seen handing Tsitsipas a pair of signed sport shoes and a Milwaukee Bucks jersey.

“This is so cool. This is the best gift I have ever received,” Tsitsipas can be heard saying.

Antetokounmpo had written “greatness is a life mission” on the jersey, to which Tsitsipas cheekily responded: “I like your words” and “Give me your skills.”

This video is the latest in a number of hilarious antics between Tsitsipas and Antetokoumpo over the last few days in Greece.

Just last week, Tsitsipas and Antetokounmpo teased Greek Australian tennis player, Nick Kyrgios, in another video. Tsitsipas told his friend Kyrgios in the video that Antetokounmpo had a message for him.

The NBA star proceeded to say, “Well, Nick, you were my favourite tennis athlete. But now it’s Nadal because I just love him, sorry.”

READ MORE: ‘You’re nuts but I love you’: Giannis Antetokounmpo spreads tennis love to Nick Kyrgios.




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