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Athens By Night for Greek Superstars Antetokounmpo, Tsitsipas

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Giannis Antetokounmpo and Stefanos Tsitsipas, the two biggest stars of Greek sport, joined their friend Emmanuel Karalis, a pole vaulter, for a night out in Athens on Thursday.

Antetokounmpo, twice NBA MVP, has returned to Greece after the NBA finished its season.

Last week, Tsitsipas made his fans worldwide proud of him, being the first Greek player in history to reach the semifinals at the French Open, and he played the absolute highest quality of tennis against Novak Djokovic.

20-year-old Karalis, the son of a Greek father and an Ugandan mother, is a member of Greece’s national athletics team and has set several youth world records in vaulting.

Antetokounmpo posted in his social media photographs of the night out in southern Athens with the message: What did i get my self into 😂🙏🏾 #The3Musketeers.

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What did i get my self into 😂🙏🏾 #The3Musketeers

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