The Greek has competed in 24 ATP Tour Finals, winning nine times and losing fifteen.
Tsitsipas achieved back-to-back victories at the Masters 1000 level at Monte Carlo (clay) in 2021 and 2022.
2022: Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay), Mallorca (Outdoor/Grass).
2021: Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay), Lyon (Outdoor/Grass).
Marseille (Hard/Indoor) in 2020
2019: Estoril (Outdoor/Clay), Marseille (Indoor/Hard), and ATP Finals (Indoor/Hard)
Stockholm (Hard/Indoor) in 2018
The Other ATPs of Tsitsipas
Six further ATP championships have been won throughout Stefanos’ career.
Genova Challengers (Outdoor/Clay) for 2017
2016 saw Italy F12, F10, and Portugal F11 (Outdoor/Clay) competitions.
2015: Indoor/Hard Cyprus F1
Together with Maria Sakkari, current World No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas holds the record for highest-ranked Greek player in history. In August 2021, he attained the ATP Ranking of 3. While beating Karen Khachanov in the current Australian Open quarterfinal has brought him one step further to being the first-ever number one player from Greece.
Tsitsipas won the 2019 ATP Finals, making history by winning at the age of just 18 years old. All things considered, he has all the makings of a tennis legend.
Grand Slams featuring Tsitsipas
Stefanos Tsitsipas, who went pro in 2016, has not yet captured a Grand Slam championship. He now has a 38-18 (67.9%) lifetime Grand Slam record. He lost to Novak Djokovic in the French Open final in 2021, and he will meet the Serbian player in the Australian Open final in 2023.
After trailing 2-0 after the first two sets in the French Open 2021 Final, Djokovic achieved an unprecedented comeback.
With a better head-to-head record than the World No. 4, Novak Djokovic enters as a strong favorite against the Greek teenager. Only twice has Tsitsipas triumphed over the Serbian while losing 10 matches.