Imperial in the first of the two tie-breaks, the 6th in the world gave in in the last set. As in 2019, he lost at the gates of the final at Bercy. It's the fault of bad choices and a great Grigor Dimitrov as well. “I made bad choices in the tie-break, that’s for sure,” said the Greek. I served so well. Then I decided to slow down my serve at the start of the tie-break, and go to the net. I'm not used to doing this. It seemed like the right decision. This is one of my regrets for today. Instead of looking for big hits, I slowed down, tried to play it more cautiously and it didn't work. That wasn't my game plan. He played very well. He played solidly. There weren't many opportunities available to me and in the last tie-break he made some incredible shots." In difficulty in recent weeks, Tsitsipas has found some bite in eastern Paris. A good omen before the Turin Masters in two weeks. “It’s a positive week. I like how I played this week. Things could have been different. But hey, I'm not going to beat myself up too much. I will focus on Turin now. I hope I can play well at the ATP Finals in Turin.”
Rolex Paris Masters: “A positive week all the same,” assures Tsitsipas
Imperial in the first of the two tie-breaks, the 6th in the world gave in in the last set.
03 November 2023 Friday 22:40 - 3 reads.
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