Monte Carlo’s trophy reclaimed by Tsitsipas


The Masters held in Monaco’s capital finished, but the title holder remained the same. Stefanos Tsitsipas was able to defend his status of the fifth racket in the world and left the popular trophy in his hands.

The decisive game was against a sensation of the tournament, Spanish athlete Alejandro Davidovich-Fokina. The latter passed Serb Novak Djokovic at the first stages and made the path to the finals.

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However, the last game of the ATP event wasn’t too competitive as the Greek finished it in two sets. The first one was pretty easy and finished with a score of 6:3. The audience saw a great game in the second set, where the players used all 13 games to decide the winner, and Stefanos was able to win it too. Such a success added some points for Tsitsipas in the ATP rankings, but he remained in fifth place. The Spanish opponent, although it lost the final match, added 19 positions in the standing and now is 27th.


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