Jannik Sinner won his 1st China Open in 1st October 2023 after defeating world number 2 Carlos Alcaraz and world number 3 Danil Medvevev. It was a very impressive run indeed for the 22 year old and has brought his current world ranking to number 4.

Jannik Sinner was born on August 16, 2001, in San Candido, Italy.

Jannik did not actually focus on tennis until the age of 13. Before that, he was one of the most promising junior skiers in Italy and even won a national championship in giant slalom at eight years old and was the runner up at the age of twelve.

He’s often asked if he thinks he made the right choice to go for tennis instead of skiing.

Jannik Sinner is known for his powerful groundstrokes on both the forehand and backhand side.  with his backhand clocking in at an average of 1800 rpm.

His young career bio:

In 2018, he won the Australian Open boys' singles title, which was a sign of his potential in the professional circuit.
In 2019, Sinner won his first ATP title at the Next Gen ATP Finals, a tournament showcasing the best young talent in tennis.
Rapid Rise in Rankings:

In 2020, Sinner continued to impress and climbed up the ATP rankings. He reached the quarterfinals of the French Open in his debut appearance, making him the youngest male player to do so since Novak Djokovic in 2006.

He won his first ATP 250 title in Sofia, Bulgaria, in November 2020.

In 2021 Season:

In 2021, Sinner continued to make strides in his career. He reached the final of the Miami Open, an ATP Masters 1000 event, where he finished runner-up to Hubert Hurkacz.
He won his second ATP title of the year in Washington D.C., defeating Mackenzie McDonald in the final.
Sinner also had a strong showing at the French Open, reaching the fourth round before losing to Rafael Nadal.

In 2022 Sinner won ATP 250 Montpellier

In 2023 Sinner won ATP 250 Umag and Reached Quarter finals of three Grand Slams (AUS Open, Wimbledon & US Open)

Playing Style:

Sinner is known for his powerful baseline game, particularly his aggressive forehand. He has good court coverage and is often praised for his tactical awareness on the court.

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