In 2018, Stefanos Tsitsipas announced himself to the world when he captured the Next Gen ATP Finals title. Since then, the Greek has constantly made his mark on Tour, winning the Nitto ATP Finals crown in 2019 and capturing two ATP Masters 1000 trophies.
Driven to reach the top, the 24-year-old Netflix Break Point star is determined to keep evolving on and off court.
“I don’t want to waste a single day of my life being stagnant or staying still and not elevating myself through experiences,” Tsitsipas said. “I have a fear of missing out and I don’t want people to know me only for my tennis. Life is about adventures, life is about creating beautiful memories.”
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Having established himself as a consistent member of the Top 10, Tsitsipas now wants to make an impact away from tennis. In recent years, the Greek has produced music and made video diaries, documenting his travel exploits.
“I want to have a broader, bigger empire than just tennis,” Tsitsipas said. “I’ve explored the filmmaking part of what I am capable of and what stories I want to tell. Music allowed me to express something else.”
The 24-year-old enjoys exploring a range of interests and hopes his creations can inspire others.
“I would like to give people the ability to dream and not be afraid,” he said. “And the only way you can get to this place is by seeking discomfort and letting yourself free.”