Jannik Sinner is an Italian tennis player from 19 years originally from Bolzano. Despite his young age he is the 23 in the world ranking, and is the youngest Italian to have achieved this position. Eliminated in the quarter-finals at Roland Garros by Rafael Nadal, he is the protagonist of the Golden age of Italian tennis that makes all fans of this sport dream. Fast, rational, powerful, these are just some of the characteristics that make him a real one enfant prodige. Jannik Sinner will not participate in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics and his retirement has created quite a few discontent among the fans.
Who is Jannik Sinner?
- First name: Jannik Sinner
- Date of birth: August 16, 2001
- Age: 19 years
- Zodiac sign: Lion
- Profession: Tennis player
- Birth place: San Candido (Bolzano)
- Height: 188 Cm
- Weight: 76 Kg
- Tattoos: He has no visible tattoos on his body
- Official Instagram profile: @janniksin
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Jannik Sinner was born on August 16, 2001 in San Candido, a small town in Bolzano, under the zodiac sign of Leo, the young champion is not an only child, in fact he also has a older brother named Marc. His parents, Siglinde and Hanspeter, have a huge passion for skiing and run a small refuge “Valley Fund“In Val Fiscalina. They are the ones who pass on the passion for skiing to Jannik, already in four years in fact he begins to practice this sport. The young man remains glued to the skis until the age of thirteen, in this period of time he also manages to obtain excellent results in national and international competitions, especially in the giant slalom. At the same time, Jannik began to practice another sport, namely tennis. In fact, when he was only eight years old, his parents encouraged him to also practice this sport in a gym in the province of Bolzano together with the two coaches Andrea Spizzica and Hery Mayr. Jannik as a teenager, also pushed by the excessive length of ski training which, according to him, are disproportionate to official competitions, decides to abandon skiing to devote himself exclusively to tennis. As for his training, Jannik attends high school Walther of Bolzano until the fourth year. Unfortunately, excessive sporting commitments prevent him from continuing his studies even if he intends to at least obtain a diploma.
Work and Career
Jannik Sinner is a real tennis ace, despite his very young age he is counted among the strongest players in Italy. After leaving the skis, Jannik decides to devote himself exclusively to tennis by moving to Dishes Tennis Center of Bordighera. Here the young man is followed by Riccardo Piatti and Andrea Volpini. In the Juniores category Jannik Sinner wins Grade 4 on hardcourt al Qatar ITF Open 2017, and Grade 4 on clay Sanchez-Casal Junior Cup 2017. The following year he reaches the quarter-finals of the Bonfiglio trophy, here unfortunately he is defeated by Naoki Tajma. His debut in the world of professionals dates back to 2015, when he was only fourteen years old. The following year, on the occasion of the Future Croatia F4 defeats the Croatian Leo Kovacic. In 2018, at the age of only sixteen and a half, he won his very first match of a professional trophy or the Future Egypt F3 held in Sharm El Sheikh and thus officially enters the world rankings. Just over 18 Jannik Sinner can boast a series of records, namely the youngest Italian to have won a Challenger and the youngest Italian tennis player to enter the Top 100 of the ATP ranking. On 27 September 2020 he participates for the very first time at Roland Garros, thus managing to become the first player born in 2001 to reach the second round of a test of the Grand Slam. What’s more, Jannik Sinner manages to reach the quarters of the competition thus obtaining a new record. Unfortunately, however, here he comes to terms with one of the sacred monsters of international tennis, that is Rafa Nadal, which beats him in three sets. Despite the defeat, Jannik manages to keep up with the champion on his own ground, the red clay of Roland Garros, for two sets.
On November 14, 2020 Jannik Sinner conquered the Atp tournament 250 of Sofia beating Vasek Pospisil in the final with a score of 6-4, 3-6, 7-6. Sinner becomes the number 37 in the world ranking. In February 2021 Jannik tries his hand at the Australian Open and starts the Grand Slam season with different expectations.
Jannik Sinner participates in the Master 1000 of You love me and reached a final for the first time in his career when he was only 19 years old. In fact, Jannik after losing the first set 7-5, eliminates the Spanish champion Bautista with a double 6-4 and flies to the final. Here he fails to beat Hurkacz and takes second place. Thanks to this result he places himself at number 23 on the list of the world ranking, becoming in fact the youngest Italian tennis player to have achieved this position. Jannik Sinner participates in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. Participate in Roland Garros from May 24 to June 13, losing in the semifinals to Rafael Nadal.
Tokyo Olympics 2021
The Tokyo 2021 Olympics take place from 23 July to 8 August. For Italy the standard-bearers are the cyclist Elia Viviani and the Tiratrice al Volo Jessica Rossi. There blue tennis team it had to be composed not only by Jannik Sinner but also by Matteo Berrettini but both have retired.
For the Tennis there are Lorenzo Sonego, Fabio Fognini and Lorenzo Musetti in the men’s team, while in the women’s team we find Camilla Giorgi, Jasmine Paolini and Sara Errani. The other athletes of the other disciplines are:
Girlfriend Maria Braccini
Jannik Sinner has been for some time fiance with the influencer Maria Braccini. As Jannik confirmed in an interview with Rai del Sudtirol in March. The girl has 53,000 followers on her Instagram profile.
Jannik Sinner has about 250,000 followers on his Instagram profile: he uses social media mainly to comment on matches and thank the people who follow him.
- Jannik Sinner despite being little more than 18 years old, in 2019 he managed to pocket well 600 thousand dollars thanks to its performance;
- IS the youngest tennis player included in the top 100 worldwide (68th place in 2020);
- He absolutely prefers the fast surfaces, especially indoor ones.
- Jannik is the protagonist of a tormenting fastweb advertisement, which he made with another young Italian champion Filippo Tortu
- He is part of the talented emerging sportsmen such as Benedetta Pilato and Paola Egonu
Video by Jannik Sinner
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