Jannik Sinner sends a beautiful message to Italy before Euro 2024

Jannik Sinner arrived in Halle a few days ago

by Simone Brugnoli
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Jannik Sinner sends a beautiful message to Italy before Euro 2024
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Yesterday officially began Euro2024, the European Club Football Championship where our Italy will try to defend the title it won three years ago. A great adventure and the Azzurri will make their debut tonight against Albania.

Jannik Sinner
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Not an easy round and the Italian national team will have to get the pass for the Round of 16 in the challenges against Albania, Croatia and Spain. For Luciano Spalletti it will not be easy, for him it will be the first important test as coach of the Italian national team and the Tuscan coach has received in these hours a beautiful message, quite important.

World number one Jannik Sinner, these days working in Germany for his debut in the Halle tournament, wrote him a short but meaningful message: "Dear coach, when I met you in Miami I realized that we are similar.”

Jannik Sinner to support Italy at Euro 2024

Simple people who work hard and try to get many people passionate about sports. Good luck Luciano and ‘Forza Azzurri’, I'm rooting for you'. Jannik Sinner and Spalletti have a wonderful relationship, the coach has repeatedly told the players to take the Italian tennis player as an example and now the champion's response to the coach has arrived.

The two met in Miami where Italy was preparing for a friendly test and Jannik was busy with the Masters 1000 tournament. A solid relationship certified by these beautiful words: a great injection of confidence for the Azzurri in view of their debut.

Several footballers, first and foremost the striker of the National team and Juventus Federico Chiesa, have declared their esteem for Jannik, admitting that they often watch his matches. Sinner is an example, he was before and he is now as number one in the world, a number one who has no intention of stopping but still wants to continue to amaze.

The time has come for Jannik Sinner to focus on his upcoming commitments and the start of the grass season. The South Tyrolean has decided to prepare for Wimbledon by participating in the ATP 500 tournament in Halle, scheduled for June 17-23.

The German event will feature a respectable entry list, and in addition to Sinner, there will be Roland Garros finalist Alexander Zverev, Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Hubert Hurkacz, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Bublik, and Felix Auger-Aliassime.

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