Stefanos Tsitsipas had the time of his life during his trip to Iceland that followed his triumph at the ATP Finals.

The Greek sensation is now heading to Greece for a couple of days before going to Cyprus where he will try to get the driving license to drive his beloved Tesla.

In the meantime he shared these thoughts with his fans:

“My trip to this unrealistic piece of land, the so-called Iceland has come to an end but, I see it more as a beginning, a starting point. I witnessed things with my eyes. Surrounded by beauty and pleasantness.

A journey which educated me and made me love even more! I feel fortunate to be living life with such entity.

It was more than photographs of beautiful landscapes, breathtaking sceneries and gracious people, that made me feel things as a person. This was more of a fragrance enhanced with adoration. A sense of achievement. This “Icelandic Odyssey” was something extraordinary. A cold body carries a warm heart. That’s something that I learnt from this trip. By the way, I feel like a Viking now!”

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My trip to this unrealistic piece of land, the so-called Iceland has come to an end but, I see it more as a beginning, a starting point. I witnessed things with my eyes. Surrounded by beauty and pleasantness. A journey which educated me and made me love even more! I feel fortunate to be living life with such entity. It was more than photographs of beautiful landscapes, breathtaking sceneries and gracious people, that made me feel things as a person. This was more of a fragrance enhanced with adoration. A sense of achievement. This “Icelandic Odyssey” was something extraordinary. A cold body carries a warm heart. That’s something that I learnt from this trip. By the way, I feel like a Viking now!

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Stefanos Tsitsipas’s ranking and performance in 2019

Stefanos Tsitsipas Stats info

Ranked no.6, the Greek played his last match on the 17th of November when he defeated Dominic Thiem 6-76 6-2 7-64 in the final in London to win his 4th career title.

This year Tsitsipas has a 53-25 win-loss record. Stefanos clinched 3 titles in 2019 in Marseille, in Estoril and in London. The Greek was the finalist in Dubai, in Madrid and in Beijing.

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