Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 1; Siege Stefanos Tsitsipas: 0; Siege Stan Wawrinka: 1; Satzverhältnis: 2: 3. Letzte Spiele. French Open - Achtelfinale. Stefanos Tsitsipas und Stan Wawrinka begeisterten die Tennisfans in ihrem Achtelfinale bei den French Open. Erst nach über fünf Stunden. In einem grandiosen Match besiegt Stan Wawrinka den tief bewegten Stefanos Tsitsipas. Jetzt trifft der Schweizer auf seinen Landsmann.
Stan Wawrinka kämpft sich gegen Tsitsipas in den ViertelfinalDirekter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 1; Siege Stefanos Tsitsipas: 0; Siege Stan Wawrinka: 1; Satzverhältnis: 2: 3. Letzte Spiele. French Open - Achtelfinale. Der Schweizer Stan Wawrinka hat nach einem grandiosen Match gegen den Griechen Stefanos Tsitsipas das Viertelfinale der French Open. In einem grandiosen Match besiegt Stan Wawrinka den tief bewegten Stefanos Tsitsipas. Jetzt trifft der Schweizer auf seinen Landsmann.
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The pep talk seems to work, as he motors to a hold to 30 after reeling off the next three points. It's been a very impressive response from the 20 year old to losing that first set.
B ig moment coming up. As he did on the first one, Wawrinka goes for his opponent's backhand and draws a missed return.
Wawrinka lets out another huge cry of "come on! H ow Tsitsipas would love to have that forehand back at set point, but instead he has to reset and try and put the first set behind him.
He holds to love here in what is fast becoming a battle of wills in what are brutal conditions, with blazing sun and the wind picking up. A double fault hands Wawrinka the first set!
He wins the breaker after 53 minutes. W awrinka saves it with a spectacular backhand pass after Tstistipas rushes the net off a not quite good enough forehand approach.
A backhand down the line sets up a drive volley winner to level things again. W awrinka nets another forehand, and it's four points in a row for Tsitsipas.
W awrinka blares a forehand wide, and all of a sudden it's Wawrinka up the mini-break. W awrinka nets a forehand and we're back level. T sitsipas gets on the board with a brilliant, whipped forehand.
T sitsipas pushes a forehand wide to give up the mini-break and screams angrily at himself. S ervice winner earns Wawrinka the first point of the breaker.
T esting moments for Tsitsipas, who finds himself down and with the wind swirling clay all around him as he goes to serve.
Wawrinka is two points from the set. Wawrinka remember won his third-round match , , against Grigor Dimitrov so will be backing himself here.
W awrinka has also been serving brilliantly so far. T sitsipas is having a lot of joy rushing the net, and it helps him to a love hold here.
He's lost just four points on serve so far. T sitsipas has looked a little frazzled by the heat at various points today, and he throws in a loose returning game here with a couple of shots that barely reach the middle part of the net.
A grateful Wawrinka holds breezily to love. And how about his athleticism? T he first set continues to simmer away nicely, with Wawrinka holding to 15 after bullying his opponent into a couple of missed forehands.
We remain on serve. N o let-down for Tsitsipas after missing that break point. He keeps obliterating forehands and holds to 15 when Wawrinka, who's making a few errors, blares a backhand long.
T sitsipas edges a gruelling baseline exchange to move up , and earns a first break point with a brilliant volley after a knifed approach shot deep into Wawrinka's backhand corner.
T sitsipas also looks really dialled in, and keen to make a point here. A thudding forehand winner brings up , which becomes a hold to 15 when Wawrinka sends a forehand long.
It comes from Wawrinka, and is a perfectly placed winner up the line taken on the rise to seal a hold to love.
Stan looks really up for this. Wawrinka leathering the ball whenever he gets a chance. W awrinka will serve first to get us under way.
H i everyone, and welcome to what should be one of the matches of the tournaments so far between two of the most aesthetically pleasing players on the tour.
Stan Wawrinka, the French Open champion, is back and firing after a horrible couple of years with injuries. His single-handed backhand remains one of the most, if not the most, beautiful shots in the sport, and he's never more dangerous than in Paris where his final victory over Novak Djokovic remains one of the finest performances of the modern era.
Tsitsipas though will not go down easily. Only 20, he already has a grand-slam victory over Roger Federer to his name, and will fully believe that he should win today.
W awrinka will also be playing for the third day running, after his match against Grigor Dimitrov had to be finished on Saturday after it was stopped for bad light the previous night.
With temperatures in Paris soaring beyond 30 degrees, today could become a survival of the fittest. If it does, you would imagine that would favour Wawrinka, the man nicknamed 'Diesel' by Roger Federer.
That said, Wawrinka may find long matches a little tougher now that he is Either way, we should be in for an extremely entertaining match, which will be getting under way shortly.
The players have just taken to Court Suzanne Lenglen, and so after a quick warm-up we'll be under way. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Visit our adblocking instructions page. The best rally of the match came during a see-saw minute game at in the second set, with Wawrinka ripping groundstrokes and smashes as Tsitsipas retrieved.
The Swiss, who had two knee surgeries in , prevailed with a backhand drop shot that touched the net on the23rd shot, to a standing ovation from the crowd.
Related Coverage. He knows clay very well. He has a big game. In their respective careers, the Greek has won After two early hiccups losing to Jan-Lennard Struff in the round of 16 in Barcelona and at the same stage to Daniil Medvedev in Monte Carlo , Tsitsipas won his first clay-court title in Estoril.
In Madrid, he beat top players - Alexander Zverev in the quarter-finals, Nadal in the semis - before losing to Djokovic in the final.
RGxInfosys RG19 pic. It had been a slow road back for Wawrinka after knee surgeries. Defeat of Dimitrov was a key confidence-booster; there is now conviction behind his signature play.
In my vision of the end of my career, I want more, and I hope I'll be able to continue," said Wawrinka. For the record, even with his recent ups and downs, Wawrinka has the more impressive statistics with a Aggressive throughout, the Greek created chance after chance, only for Wawrinka to close the door, time and time again.
Tsitsipas had a set point in the opener but took just five of his 27 break point chances as Wawrinka shut the door and finally, broke his spirit.
I feel very disappointed at the end. Long time since I cried after a match, so emotionally [it] wasn't easy to handle.
I will try to learn from it as much as I can. Wawrinka floated a sliced backhand that curled into the court and landed on the line.
Tsitsipas, who had left the volley, circled what he thought was the mark but the umpire, down from his chair, ruled it in, a decision accepted by Tsitsipas as Wawrinka stood, arms above his head in sheer joy.
I was just hoping that the umpire would confirm it," he said. Today we saw [that] only one centimeter can change the winner. Only a handful of seats were left untaken throughout, but if anyone enjoyed the match more than the crowd of almost 10,, then surely it was Roger Federer , whose work was done and dusted a few hours before Wawrinka left the court.
At 34, and having played for three straight days after his previous match was held overnight, Wawrinka faces a battle to be ready to face his old friend, who cruised past Leonardo Mayer , , and has yet to drop a set.
It is four years since Wawrinka beat Federer in straight sets in the quarterfinals here, the year Wawrinka won the title. It was a dominant win both men remember well, one in which Federer says he was "crushed.
Today I felt something that I can't really explain. Today was the first time in my entire life, in my twenty years of existence that I felt that "aura", the real definition of the word, competition.
Not any kind of competition though, it felt different than any other time, any other battle, any other moment on the tennis court.
There is something about today that I won't be able to explain. It's a feeling that makes me appreciate the sport that I chose to pursue in my life as a career.
The bitter taste of that loss is something unexplainable. It's something that's rare to find in the world that we are at.T he fresher Tsitsipas has his exhausted-looking opponent on the ropes but he just can't land the killer blow. A backhand pass looks out every step of the way but curls in at the last moment. And how Wawrinka Tsitsipas his Solit#R Kyrgios on mental health: I was in a dark place. Wawrinka, with his nice and often extensive line of emojis, features tennis - and often patisserie. We'll see for me in two days. There is loads of charm and charisma to it. Aggressive throughout, the Greek created chance after chance, only for Wawrinka to close the door, time and time again. That was some shot to wrap up the hold. Thank you for your support. He takes the first with a service winner, and screams out "Allez! Can he finally take one of these? But boy oh boy does he do everything in his power to try and get it, producing Poker Machine one of the greatest defensive points I've ever seen. The backhand volley to wrap up the game is a gem. There is no bipolar effect to it. Medvedev defeats top 3 to win first ATP Finals. So on clay it's been definitely more dangerous than on any other surface for me against him. It was a dominant win both men remember well, one in which Federer says he was "crushed. So it's going to be Lottoknacker.Net Erfahrungen tough match, a great match, and I am happy to face Vierklee Wetten challenge. Wawrinka v Tsitsipas: Deep Dive. Saturday 1 June - Sarah Edworthy. RG champion Stan Wawrinka meets rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas in round four. In their first ever meeting, three time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka and rising star year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas are sure to produce a thrilling display of beautiful tennis in the fourth round at Roland-Garros on Sunday. Following victories against Maximilian Marterer, Hugo Dellien and Filip Krajinovic, Tsitsipas met champion Stan Wawrinka for a place in the last eight. The match lasted five hours and nine minutes — the fourth-longest match in tournament history — and was voted by coachangelboots.com as the second-best Grand Slam match of the year. PARIS (Reuters) - Former champion Stan Wawrinka thumped 62 winners as he outlasted Stefanos Tsitsipas in a bruising five-hour “battle of the backhands” on Sunday to reach the French Open. PARIS -- It is 17 months since Stan Wawrinka walked into the news conference room at the Australian Open, grimacing in pain after his first attempt at coming back to the Tour after knee surgery. Stan Wawrinka and Stefanos Tsitsipas (blue shirt) embrace after their French Open marathon. Federer might get his wish. As strong as Wawrinka is, the year-old will somehow have to recover after.