SHOCKING! Stefanos Tsitsipas addresses rumors that his father will be sacked as manager

Stefanos Tsitsipas He addressed speculation about a possible coaching change after noticing that he was training under Thomas Enqvist prior to the Rotterdam Open. He also revealed whether he has a father or not. Apostolos still coaching him or not.

The Greek looks to be back in shape after a rocky start to his season. Lost ATP Cup tie Diego Schwartzman before getting a review in the next game. But he shrugged off his bad start with his brilliant performance at the Australian Open. After battling in the opening rounds, Tsitsipas put on an excellent show for the knockout. jannik sinner in the quarterfinals, but later lost to arch-rival Daniil Medvedev in the semifinals, and received a code violation for getting coaching advice mid-match.

The 23-year-old player is currently playing in this match. ATP Rotterdam Open and advanced to the quarterfinals. After a tough match in the first round Alejandro Davidovich FokinaHe beat his Greek second-round rival, Ilya Ivashka, one step closer to his first title of the year.

It’s important to have someone like him on my team.Stefanos Tsitsipas about his new manager Thomas Enqist

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Thomas Enqvisty
Stefanos Tsitsipas and Thomas Enqvisty photographed during the Greeks’ practice at the Rotterdam Open

Tsitsipas explained Enqvist He makes an important contribution to his team as he will gain new perspectives and ideas, and he added that the Swede’s experience will also be beneficial for him.

An addition to my Enqvist team, that’s it. It’s important to have someone like him on my team. Enqvist has a lot of experience on tour and I have a lot of respect for him. The reason Thomas is here is to help me, to give me another perspective and to give me some ideas. I’m here to listen to what you have to say to me. there is good energy between usTsitsipas said at a press conference after his second-round win at the Rotterdam Open.

Thomas Enqvist is a former Swedish tennis player with a career-high 4th World ranking. He was the vice captain of Team Europe in the Laver Cup, of which Tsitsipas was also a part, although he had no previous experience of coaching an individual player.

While there is speculation that Tsitsipas may have fired his father as coach after he recently received complaints about on-court coaching and numerous rule violations. However, the Greek made it clear that his father, Apostolos, is still a coach and did not go to Rotterdam to get coaching from Enqvist. However, he did not reveal how long Enqvist will be part of the coaching team.

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