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Greek tennis player
Born: August 12, 1998 (age 23 years), Athens, Greece
Height: 1.93 m
Plays: Right-handed (one-handed backhand)

Coach: Apostolos Tsitsipas; Patrick Mouratoglou (2018–)
Siblings: Elisavet Tsitsipa, Petros Tsitsipas, Pavlos Tsitsipas
Parents: Julia Apostoli, Apostolos Tsitsipas
Age 23(1998.08.12)

Turned Pro 2016
Weight 198lbs(90kg)
Height 6’4″(193cm)
Birthplace Athens, Greece

Plays Right-Handed, One-Handed Backhand
Coach Apostolos Tsitsipas

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Tsitsipas studied at an English-language school in his youth. He can speak English, Greek, and Russian. He is a supporter of Greek football club AEK Athens. Tsitsipas’s hobbies include vlogging.

He hosts his own YouTube channel where he posts videos of his travels.

Tsitsipas credits his mother’s twin sister, who was also a professional tennis player in the Soviet Union, with helping the family’s finances so that he could afford to travel with his father to train and compete during his junior career.

His maternal grandfather Sergei Salnikov was an Olympic gold medal-winning member of the Soviet national football team and a former manager of FC Spartak Moscow.

During a Futures tournament in Crete, Tsitsipas nearly drowned while swimming at sea on an off-day. After a current carried him away from the shore, his father noticed what had happened and helped save his life.

He attributes his confident approach of “[feeling] absolutely zero fear on the court” to the perspective he gained from this experience.

Tsitsipas has expressed interest in promoting the sport of tennis in Greece, where he has said “tennis is not very popular.” After his finals appearance at the 2018 Barcelona Open, he commented that his success was helping him achieve this goal.

Of his performance and the attention it received, he stated, “Many people were talking about [the final] and I had plenty of interviews that I did on big channels in Greece for big media centres. It got people’s attention…

It makes me motivated to do even better in the future, and become even more popular… I hope to inspire more people to play tennis in Greece.”

Began playing tennis at age 3.

Speaks Greek, Russian and English. Eager to learn Chinese and Spanish.

Father, Apostolos, is his coach; mother, Julia Salnikova, is an ex-pro and was his 1st coach. Parents met when Julia played and Apostolos officiated at a WTA event in Athens.

Younger siblings Petros, Pavlos and Elisavet all play tennis.

Grandfather, Sergei, was 1956 Olympic gold medallist in football.

Paid tribute to his grandmother, Stavroula, who passed away prior to his appearance in 2021 Roland Garros final.

Aunt sponsored his career as a junior after his father quit his job to travel with him.

Nearly drowned while swimming in 2015. Saved by his father and says incident changed his life.

Favourite surface is grass, shot is forehand and tournament is Wimbledon.

Shares birthday with former World No. 1 Pete Sampras, who is also of Greek origin.

Named 2018 ATP Most Improved Player of the Year.

Hobbies are travelling with friends, photography, video editing and anything creative.

Enjoys video blogging on YouTube. Produces his own podcast, “A Greek Abroad.”