Stefanos Tsitsipas storms into Monte Carlo round of 16


On Wednesday, April 10, the Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Tomas Martin Etcheverry in the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 event.

In just 64 minutes, the Tsitsipas scored 6-1 and 6-0 to his opponent, which now takes him onto round 16 of the tournament.

Tennis Majors revealed that this marks his fourth year reaching at least the 16th round of the Masters 1000 event. 

He is also a two-time champion at the event.

Tsitsipas, the 12th seed, is now 13-0 against players ranked beyond the top 20 in Monte Carlo.

His next match will take place on today, Thursday, April 11, against Alexander Zverev.

Source: Tennis Majors.




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