Stefanos Tsitsipas hasn’t taken the Coronavirus vaccine but as a result of professional match have not made it obligatory to compete.
The third-ranked Tsitsipas shared he’s not vaccinated but throughout his pre-tournament press convention in Cincinnati.
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“I have not. Nobody has informed me something,” Tsitsipas stated. “Nobody has made it a compulsory factor to be vaccinated.
“Sooner or later I should, I am fairly positive about it, however up to now it hasn’t been obligatory to compete, so I have not completed it, no.”
Requested if he’ll take the vaccine if the ATP or tournaments mandate it, Tsitsipas replied “after all.”
The Roland Garros runner-up revealed profitable a Grand Slam title is a larger aim than attaining the world No. 1 rating, reasoning if he can grasp a serious the highest rating spot will come.
“I believe profitable a serious—the probabilities of attending to No. 1 are most possible than—I do not know. I really feel like profitable a serious may give you so many factors, a lot confidence, that ultimately you are going to make it to No. 1,” Tsitsipas stated. “Speaking about that within the place I’m, it’s going to be an enormous distinction.
“If I might be ranked exterior of prime 10 or at round 8 or 7 on this planet, it is a totally different story. However my reply is it might be a Grand Slam, for instance.”
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