Stefanos Tsitsipas has done it again!

The “Greek God” was able to make a comeback win against Feliciano Lopez, despite being two sets behind.

Tsitsipas started the game rather sluggish, allowing the Spaniard to gain the lead 13-16, and although he looked a bit better in the second quarter, he couldn’t stop the “El Torero” from extending his lead, 14-16.

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That worked as a wake-up call for the world number six, who took the third set 13-12 and made easy work of his opponent in the crucial fourth set by winning with a five point margin, 16-11.

The game may have gone to sudden death but Tsitsipas was all warmed up and in no mood to give Lopez and more freebies, ending the game then and there, 2-0.

Now the Greek wonderboy looks on to his next opponent, who happens to be Australia’s own Alexei Popyrin. The two will meet tonight, with a place in the semi finals of the UTS up for grabs.