Wawrinka vs Tsitsipas “liveStream”(live)
Upcoming Information:ATP Roland Garros 02.06.2019
Time: 8:00 am
Stanislas Wawrinka – Stefanos Tsitsipas [LiVeStReaM]
Stan Wawrinka makes shocking admission about his retirement Tennis World
Stan Wawrinka currently has 1,695 points in the ATP rankings, and most of them come from the French Open where last year he reached the final earning 1,200 …
LIVE Stefanos Tsitsipas – Stan Wawrinka – Roland-Garros men – 2 June 2019 Eurosport.com
French Open 2019: Stefanos Tsitsipas overcomes Filip Krajinovic in third round. French Open 2019 men’s round-up: Stefanos Tsitsipas bounces back. French …
Stan Wawrinka Will Miss the Rest of the Season With a Knee Injury New York Times
Wawrinka will not be able to defend his title at the United States Open and joins Novak Djokovic in calling it quits for this season.
Winning French Open this year is my goal, says Stefanos Tsitsipas Tennis World USA
What’s the biggest Stefanos Tsitsipas’ ambition for this year’s French Open? The Greek player answered this question in a press conference. “To be holding that beautiful trophy that Roland Garros has to offer”, said Tsitsipas smiling. The 20-year-old also said there is not too much time for him to visit cities: “I feel my schedule is a bit tighter. I would love to — I have different ideas now. I don’t have that much time to do my stuff most of the tournaments. As you can see, I had — until now, obviously, consistent weeks, week by week.” On his father and coach Apostolos, Stefanos said so…
Stan Wawrinka is still struggling to re-establish himself Tennis Magazine
HIGHLIGHTS: Wawrinka falls to Coric at the Shanghai Masters. The comeback player of the year in men’s tennis has indisputably been Novak Djokovic.
Stefanos Tsitsipas: YouTube star and now grand slam semifinalist CNN International
Stefanos Tsitsipas upset Roger Federer two days ago before becoming the youngest man to reach the Australian Open semifinals in 16 years, confirming his …
Stan Wawrinka aids young fan in distress at French Open GIVEMESPORT
Stan Wawrinka has received praise for his actions during his third round match at the French Open, where the Swiss player helped a young fan in tears. Part of a large group of fans swarming by the side of the court hoping for an autograph, the boy was clearly distressed as the other fans in attendance crowded around him. The world no. 28 saw the upset boy and sprung into action, lifting him over the stand to console him court-side. Despite breathing heavily and a tearful face, meeting one of his sporting heroes certainly helped calm the boy, who was even able to leave with one of Wawrinka’s…
Estoril Open Reenforces Stefanos Tsitsipas Arrival to ATP Tour FanSided
Stefanos Tsitsipas is now the 2019 Estoril Open champion in men’s singles tennis. He wins his third tour-level singles title. Action in men’s singles at the 2019 Estoril Open concludes with one of the sport’s best rising stars on top. Greek #NextGenATP player Stefanos Tsitsipas defeats Pablo Cuevas 6-3, 7-6 (4) in the championship match. It is his first clay court title and his third career ATP singles title. Earlier this year, he took home a win in Marseille and now it appears as though he was just getting started. Men’s single tennis needs to lookout for Tsitsipas. He is on fire right now…
French Open 2019: Monday Schedule and Predictions for Roland-Garros Bracket Bleacher Report
French Open champion Rafael Nadal begins the defence of his crown at Roland-Garros on Monday, as the second seed opens up against Germany’s Yannick Hanfmann. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is also in action in Paris as he takes on Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz, while 2018 beaten finalist Dominic Thiem faces American Tommy Paul. There will also be plenty of excitement in the women’s draw on Monday. Former world No. 1 Serena Williams begins her attempt to land a fourth French Open crown against Russia’s Vitalia Diatchenko. Madrid Open winner Kiki Bertens will take on France’s Pauline Parmentier, sixth …
Rafael Nadal loses to Stefanos Tsitsipas in Madrid as clay slump continues SFGate
Rafael Nadal’s slump on clay continued with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 loss to ninth-ranked Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece in the semifinals of the Madrid Open on Saturday.