2023 French Open, Stefanos Tsitsipas reaches quarter-finals: Key stats
Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Sebastian Ofner in the third round of the 2023 French Open. Tsitsipas won the tie 7-5, 6-3, 6-0. With this victory, the Greek star has reached the quarters at Roland Garros for the third time. Notably, he was a runner-up here in Paris in 2021. Tsitsipas has looked solid so far and will be keen to continue his spell.
22-6 win-loss record for Tsitsipas at Roland Garros
Tsitsipas has now clocked a 22-6 win-loss record at Roland Garros to exceed his tally at the Australian Open (21-6). Tsitsipas had reached the 2023 Australian Open final. Overall, he has a record of 53-22 at Grand Slams, since making his debut in 2017. In terms of the head-to-head record versus Ofner, this was the first meeting between the pair.
A look at Tsitsipas's form
Tsitsipas, the fifth seed, now has a 31-8 win-loss record in the ongoing season. In May, he reached the semi-finals of the Rome Masters, eventually losing to Daniil Medvedev. The Greek star qualified for the finals in Barcelona where he lost to Carlos Alcaraz. In January, Tsitsipas made it to the Australian Open final with a phenomenal run before Novak Djokovic defeated him.
Here are the match stats
Tsitsipas served three aces compared to his opponent's four Notably, both players served three double faults each. Tsitsipas converted 6/11 break points and clocked a 76% win on the first serve and a 62% win on the second. Next up for Tsitsipas is Carlos Alcaraz.Share this timeline