June 17, 2024

The Greek made a successful start to the 2023 season as he reached the Australian Open final, but he is yet to enjoy the fruits of his labour as he hasn’t won any titles so far.

He then went off the boil, but will be eyeing a solid second half of the campaign.

The ATP calendar is filled with the North American hard-court swing before the Tour heads East for tournaments in both Europe and Asia.

Tsitsipas usually don’t sign up for tournaments after Wimbledon and before the North American hard-court swing.

He generally opts to head straight to Canada and he has had some success at the event as he finished runner-up in 2018 while he reached the semi-final in 2021. He he didn’t have the best of times last year as he lost in the second round against British qualifier Jack Draper.

The ATP Masters 1000 event in Ohio has been a good one for Tstitsipas without him lifting the title as last year he beat top seed Daniil Medvedev in the semi-final before losing against Borna Coric in the final while he reached the semi-final in 2020 and 2022.

Will 2023 be the year that he finally gets his hands on the trophy?

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