Stefanos Tsitsipas has been working extremely hard not only on the court, but off of it as well. The Greek recently took to both Twitter and Instagram to reveal his latest shoe collaboration with his apparel sponsor Adidas. The collaboration isn't just any pair of kicks, this one has the world No. 3's face literally on the tongue of the shoe.

Adidas is written across it with the standard "trefoil" logo beside it, and an illustration of Tsitsipas smiling is directly underneath. The low-top highly resembles the iconic "Stan Smith" shoe which was first released in the 60s in collaboration with Smith who is a former No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam singles champion. However, the shoe's side and front detail is similar to Adidas' "Superstar" collection with its very deep royal blue.


"It’s been months in the making and I’m glad to announce I have my face on an @adidasoriginals shoe!" he wrote on Instagram.

Fans living in North America will have to wait just a little longer to purchase the shoe, since it's currently only available in Europe and Japan. On Tsitsipas' Instagram post he did say the collab will be hitting North America soon but didn't give an exact date.

The 23-year-old came up just short in a three-set quarterfinal battle against a very motivated Nikoloz Basilashvili at Indian Wells on Friday. The No. 2 seed managed to grab a solid win over the always tough Alex de Minaur in the event's Round of 16 before exiting the California desert.