Tsitsipas cannot rest after the victory, he needs a word in Italian: “How do you write?”

At the ATP Finals, a beautiful curtain for Tsitsipas after the good victory over Medvedev. Try at all costs to understand how to write a word in Italian for the dedication on camera.

Edited by Marco Beltrami

Stefanos Tsitsipas protagonist on the field and “off” in the ATP Finals in Turin🇧🇷 The world number 3 overcame Russia’s Medvedev after a battle lasting nearly two and a half hours, keeping hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals alive. 6-3, 6-7, 7-6 in favor of the Greek who thus eliminated the Russian winner of the 2020 edition, and everything will play out in what is a true playoff against Rublev. A night to remember for Tsitsipas that won over the crowd at Pala Alpitour.

In addition to his absolutely superlative performance, Tsitsipas was also praised for what happened after the conclusion of the match against Medvedev, confirming himself as one of the most beloved by the Italian public. Incidentally, we cannot forget that Belpaese is a kind of second home for the 24-year-old Greek, as he also grew up playing tennis in Puglia. However, his Italian is a little rusty judging by the beautiful curtain at the time of the classic in-camera dedication.

Tsitsipas actually wanted to write a sentence in Italian, but first he wanted to make sure he didn’t make any mistakes. That’s why in the video recorded by Tennis TV, Stefanos can be seen approaching one of the bailiffs and asking “How do you spell ‘boys’?”, or “How do you spell ‘boys’?”. The man, a little out of place, couldn’t answer because he didn’t know our language: “I’m English!”

At that point, Tsitsipas ran for cover, turning to other inmates, who immediately went to work. A lady from the organization assured Stefanos “Let me check” (or “Let me check”). The problem was resolved shortly afterwards thanks to a conciliabulum, although when writing the dedication, Tsitsipas reconsidered: “Double z, right? Double Z?” (“Double Z, right? Double Z?”)🇧🇷 Finally dispelled all doubts remain the words for his audience, who accompanied him in victory. A curious way of sharing the great joy: “Go guys!🇧🇷

Source: Fan Page IT