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    I keep losing to Novak Djokovic non-stop – Stefanos Tsitsipas

    Tennis   |   October 12, 2022

    Stefanos Tsitsipas hasn’t been able to go past Novak Djokovic in the final of an ATP event. The Greek once again suffered a big loss against Novak Djokovic in the final of the Astana Open. The Serbian won his 90th ATP title by beating the youngster 6-3, 6-4 on Sunday.

    Djokovic dominated the whole contest as he lost only seven points on his serve. In fact, this was Tsitsipas’ fifth loss against Djokovic in the final of an ATP event. 

    Overall, both Djokovic and Tsitsipas have met each other on 10 occasions, with the veteran holding an 8-2 advantage.

    Tsitsipas hasn’t been able to bring his best against Djokovic, especially in big final matches on the tour.

    “I feel like I’ve done this before, this is not the first time,” He said during the trophy ceremony. “Again in the final. I want to congratulate you. I mean it feels like I will never stop congratulating you. It will keep happening, non-stop. But I congratulate you one more time.

    “What can I say, unbelievable performance man. You were extremely accurate, an extreme professional out on the court. I think this tournament belongs to you, it wouldn’t be right if it belonged to anyone else.”

    On the other hand, Novak Djokovic also lavished praise on Stefanos Tsitsipas, stating that the Greek has been humble and gracious in defeat.

    “You’ve always been humble in victory and gracious and respectful in your defeats,” Djokovic said of the Greek. “I’m sure that in the future you’re going to have a lot of victories. You’re still young and you’re a great player. You’re a great competitor.

    “I really wish you all the best, except when you play against me,” he joked.

    With this win, Djokovic has qualified for the ATP Finals, which will be played in Turin from November 13.

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