Ok, we're all confused and down-voting people who are asking questions isn't helpful. Here's what I could find on the wonderful web:
- Russian only has one past tense!
- Sometimes the present tense is used when, in English, we'd use the perfect past tense: "Actions which began in the past and are still happening or just stopped Я живу в Москве уже целый год. (I have been living in Moscow for a whole year.)" (http://masterrussian.com/aa021100a.shtml)
- Somehow, making a passive voice with the perfect past could be involved... Are we perhaps saying Ivan had been made tired??? https://properrussian.com/2016/04/passive-voice-in-russian.html
- Or is 'tired' here just an adjective?