Sport Tsitsipas' fresh message to Greek fans at Aus Open

03:35  24 january  2020
03:35  24 january  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

Stefanos Tsitsipas promises to keep emotions in check in Open tilt

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Tennis fans all over the world have lauded Tsitsipas for his strong showing at such a young age against perhaps the greatest to ever play the game. Others, including Australian tennis star and Wimbledon winner Pat Cash went further and predicted Tsitsipas - who was also called a ' Greek

a group of people posing for the camera: Spectators are seen during the first round match between Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece and Salvatore Caruso of Italy© AAP Spectators are seen during the first round match between Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece and Salvatore Caruso of Italy Excited, vocal fans at the Australian Open is not new but some of the Greek fans at Melbourne Park have been attracting attention for the wrong reasons.

A Nine News Melbourne report on Thursday night claimed "up to 20 fans" were ejected for "disruptive behaviour" during Maria Sakkari's second-round victory.

Police claim that "the group had received numerous warnings during a match on Court 8, from a match referee, security and police".

But those reports have been refuted.

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PARIS — Stefanos Tsitsipas ’s father is Greek . Tsitsipas is similarly ebullient on court, using his tall, broad-shouldered frame to maximum effect. He plays assertive tennis, with big serving and a willingness to come forward, using his one-handed backhand to open up the court and his forehand to

Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Greek fans were in jubilant mood at an Australian Open public viewing outside the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne

"[There was] just one warning and someone threw a bottle just up in the air, and they were just asked to leave," local Australian Greek newspaper journalist Alex Anyfantis told Nine News.

"No violent behaviour whatsoever. They're very passionate," Anyfantis said.

"We rarely see such a lively group of people at a tennis stadium."

a group of people around each other: Greek fans were ejected at the Australian Open during Maria Sakkari's match.© Provided by 9News.com.au Greek fans were ejected at the Australian Open during Maria Sakkari's match.

Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas admitted earlier this week that some fans "cross the line", and urged supporters to consider that that "attitude doesn't really belong in tennis. It should stay in football, not in the tennis court."

But speaking to Nine's Today show on Friday, Tsitsipas said he adores his fans and every bit of cheering gives him a boost.

Tsitsipas eases into Aussie Open 2nd round

  Tsitsipas eases into Aussie Open 2nd round Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas has had far too much firepower for Italian Salvatore Caruso, easing to a straight-sets win in his opening match at the Australian Open.Later, he experienced it on the court.

Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas slams his OWN rowdy fans for 'crossing the line' at the Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Italy's Salvatore Caruso at the Australian Open Melbourne's large Greek community was out in force at Margaret Court Arena

A group of Greek fans were ejected from the Australian Open only a couple of days after Stefanos Tsitsipas urged fans to pay more respect.

"I feel love from the people outside and inside the tennis court," Tsitsipas said.

"To have all this support it means a lot. It's energy, it's power, it just makes me want to do better."

And Tsitsipas is not lacking confidence, telling Nine he feels he can win the Australian Open, despite the tough draw ahead of him.

"Yes I can," he said.

"I feel like I've improved a lot in the last couple of months. I've been playing good tennis, been showing good results."

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Wild crowd fight erupts inside Melbourne Arena moments before Kyrgios-Khachenov match .
Tennis Australia will launch an investigation into a wild fight that blew up prior to Nick Kyrgios' third-round showdown against Russian Karen Khachenov. Footage which emerged on Twitter during the pair's match shows a group of males tussling in the crowd, with two throwing a flurry of punches as bystanders rushed to escape the violent outbreak.Watch the incident belowlittle fight before kyrgios match #AusOpenpic.twitter.com/mB07u7kiIs— steph (@sadieadlers) January 25, 2020A witness told the Herald Sun said he could hear screaming from across the court as people attemtped to separate the two men throwing punches.

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