Tsitsipas continued his trend of turning into the sign dude by posting a new picture on Instagram page
‘Next Gen’ tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas turned into the sign dude once again, grabbing a lot of attention online.
The 21-year-old Greek continued his trend of turning into the sign dude by posting a new picture on his Instagram handle. With no tennis around due pandemic coronavirus crisis, young Tsitsipas has been keeping himself busy with various activities online.
Tsitsipas was once again back in the fray by posting a picture of himself with a signboard urging people to save the earth for one sole reason – chocolates.
In the latest post, Tsitsipas could be seen holding a signboard which reads, “Save planet Earth. It’s the only planet with chocolate”. The 2019 ATP Finals winner posted the picture with the caption: “We’re in this together, let’s avoid consequences”.
Tsitsipas’s love for chocolates has been very obvious since his emergence as an upcoming sensation back in 2017. A definite chocolate lover, Tsitsipas, had earlier in 2017 posted a picture of himself on Facebook with the caption, “When you dream about chocolate 🍪 during the practice”.
In fact, his love for chocolate was most recently seen this month when he tweeted, “Does anyone want to get chocolate wasted?”, on his social media handle.
“They should put us in lockdown once a year”
Tsitsipas is of the opinion that humans should be put under lockdown once every year to help save the planet. He also added that the lockdown was in a way beneficial to the environment.
“Life is pretty different being in lockdown. We are in a pause and it feels very different not being able to engage with people, be in places where there are many people you can hang out with other people,” Tsitsipas said in a conversation with Eurosport during an Instagram live session.
“I actually think they should put us in lockdown once a year — it’s good for nature, it’s good for our planet. I actually think it will be environmentally very beneficial.”
According to the rising tennis star, the Covid-19 virus is a blessing in disguise as it provides everyone more time to spend with everyone which is not the same in normal situations.
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