Stefanos Tsitsipas has shed light on his ambitious goals for the 2024 season, aiming to win a Grand Slam title and clinch a medal at the Paris Olympics.
Tsitsipas missed the opportunity to clinch his maiden Major title at the recently concluded Australian Open. The Greek, who was the runner-up at the event last year, was defeated by Taylor Fritz in the fourth round, with the American claiming a 7-6(3), 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 victory.
The 25-year-old’s doubles campaign alongside his brother, Petros Tsitsipas, also yielded disappointing results, as the duo suffered a first-round defeat to Daniel Altmaier and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela in Melbourne.
Nevertheless, Stefanos Tsitsipas’ motivation hasn’t lessened. He recently outlined his goals for 2024, expressing his determination to win a Grand Slam title and secure an Olympic medal. He also emphasized the significance of teaming up with his brother Petros at the global sporting event in Paris.
“My goal this year is to win a Grand Slam and an Olympic medal. It means a lot to me. Competing alongside Petros, my brother, in the Olympic Games in Paris is one of the dreams of my life,” Stefanos Tsitsipas said (via Punto de Break).
Meanwhile, Petros Tsitsipas expressed confidence in their doubles pairing, saying:
“What makes us very strong together, as a couple, is that Stefanos is a super athlete and I, for my part, am a player who has very good vision on the court.”