Stefanos Tsitsipas storms into Paris Masters next round


Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated opponent Felix Auger-Aliassime 6-3 and 7-6 (4) at Rolex Paris Masters tournament on Wednesday.

The head-to-head, one hour and 48 minute match allowed for Tsitsipas to have six of seven break points.

Tsitsipas was victorious at the Rolex Paris Masters tournament. Photo: ATP Tours.

During the second set, he rallied from 2-5, achieiving his first win against the Canadian tennis player since 2021.

The next match will significantly impact Tsitsipas’ qualifications for the Nitto ATP Finals.

Tsitsipas’ next challenge in the French capital is a third-round meeting with fifth seed Andrey Rublev.




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