For Stefanos Tsitsipas, nothing went right in the 3rd set against Rublev, which gave him a place in the semifinals of the ATP Finals.
Rublev claimed victory by maintaining his composure, unlike Tsitsipas who was losing his temper as time went on.
The video shows a moment in the 3rd set where the Greek loses his composure.
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With the balls in his hands and with the score 0-30, Tsitsipas threw the ball towards the side where his team and his father Apostolos were, with the public applauding his action.
Soon after, the tense scene continued. Apostolos Tsitsipas in a strong tone conveyed instructions to Stefanos Tsitsipas from the position in which he was sitting and was clearly disappointed that his son could not do on the court what he told her to do to win the match.
Tsitsipas prize money
Stefanos Tsitsipas may not have reached the semi-finals of the ATP Finals, but he pocketed almost €700,000.
According to the ATP, Tsitsipas received €318,099 for the three matches he won in the group stage, while for his one victory he received another €381,023.
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