The Japanese driver burst onto the scenes with high expectations, though experienced a difficult debut campaign.
Those efforts were designed to iron out the inconsistencies in his performances throughout 2021 after ending his rookie 14th in the drivers' standings with 32 points.
Scuderia AlphaTauri had a tougher time of things this season, however, slumping from sixth in the constructors' championship to ninth with just 35 points to its name.
Tsunoda contributed 12 of those, just over a third of the team's tally, versus just over 20 percent last year.
Despite the on-paper results, the 22-year-old was left happy with his performances, pointing to a number of areas where he feels he's developed.
“I would say in general, physical side, mentality side, and driving side,” he began when asked about his progress in 2022.
“I think overall I'm pretty happy, especially I would say now I've been relaxing in the race week, especially Thursday, Friday.
“I didn't know how to approach [them] and I was stressing consistently, especially last year and rushing everything.
“That makes a little bit of stress, or was frustrating, and made it a little bit difficult.
“But now I can kind of relax and I know how to adapt to any situation,” he added.
“So, feeling confident, and anything that happens, like the things I didn't expect, still I know how to handle it.
“I think overall this year I'm pretty happy about how I progressed every race and I think probably I can continue, or even more, this momentum.”