Editor's note: This story was originally published 16 November 2019 but has been updated following Sunday's results. Based on his childhood, it's far more likely that Apostolos Tsitsipas would be coaching the Greek national football team than the country's global tennis star, his son and World No. 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas, who
The ATP has announced the 2019 iteration of its prestigious season-ending tournament – the Nitto ATP Finals – was its most sustainable season finale ever. The ATP’s sustainability efforts have been led by its partnership with One Carbon World, a global partner of the United Nation’s Climate Neutral Now initiative.
Two years ago, Stefanos Tsitsipas was an alternate in the Next Gen ATP Finals field. Last season, the Greek star triumphed in Milan. And after beating defending champion Alexander Zverev in straight sets on Wednesday, Tsitsipas has guaranteed his spot in the semi-finals of the Nitto ATP Finals. The 21-year-old loves
The ATP today announced a new marketing partnership between the global travel programme Marriott Bonvoy™ and the Nitto ATP Finals, the ATP’s spectacular season finale. This year’s Nitto ATP Finals, featuring the world’s best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams of the season, will be played at The