Greek tennis ace Stefanos Tsitsipas, seeded Number 6 in the world, is enjoying a dream vacation on Mykonos, sharing his days and nights of endless fun on the cosmopolitan Aegean island to his social media followers.
Tsitsipas, 22, who became famous for defeating his childhood idol Roger Federer at the age of 20, chose a luxury villa situated in Psarou, one of the most desirable locations on Mykonos, for his Summer 2020 holidays.
The villa boasts a contemporary Mykonian style, constructed with white stone. The estate offers sumptuous accommodation both inside and outside.
Multiple terraces and lounging areas focus around the swimming pool, beside which is a formal outside dining area, shaded by a traditional pergola.
Athens-born Tsitsipas, who is the youngest tennis player in the men’s top ten, said he chose the destination because he was looking for a “private, safe and relaxing break from his training schedule and the recent lockdown.”
He uploaded photos on social media from his Mykonos holidays, including one posing with one of the island’s famous pelicans. “Fans come in all shapes and sizes,” Tsitsipas wrote on Instagram.