Sorry to Interrupt, but . . .

After jumping to a 2-0 lead in this match v Zverev, Tsitsipas is on a tank. His ground strokes are at ~60% effort, he looks distracted, his serve is a joke compared to yesterday.

Look how much air is under his FH or his BH.

29% FS.

He’s not right today.  Too bad.

He better turn this thing around quick.

5 thoughts on “Sorry to Interrupt, but . . .

    1. Ahhhhh. I thought at a quick glance that you were talking about racket dimensions. Lol.

      Player size. This is more complicated than the bigger player will dominate tennis. Not the case in the most important matches and tournaments.

      Zverev may be an exception, but we’ll see.

      However, perhaps to your point, the future of tennis, when Fedal and Djoker are gone, without a superior talent or two coming along, maybe the sport is just so advantageous to the taller player. But there’s not a lot of evidence yet, especially in the bigger matches.

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