How much did Stefanos Tsitsipas earn in the Madrid final?
Stefanos Tsitsipas had an impressive run in the ATP Madrid Masters, reaching to the final where he lost to world no.1 Novak Djokovic on Sunday in straight sets.
The young won the recognition and admiration of his peers, with the Serbian legend even speaking to him in Greek at the end of their match on centre court.
After knocking out huge names in the sport, like 2nd ranked and home favourite Rafael Nadal on his way to the final, Stefanos climbed to no.7 in the world rankings.
The 20-year-old Greek might have failed to win another trophy of the Masters 1000 series, but his bank account was credited with 608,700 euros as the prize money for the finalist in the tournament.
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