Jannik Sinner is collecting impressive numbers

Jannik Sinner proves infallible this year in the finals

by Simone Brugnoli
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Jannik Sinner is collecting impressive numbers
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Jannik Sinner proves infallible this year in the finals: out of 4 final acts played (one Slam, a 1000 and two Atp 500) the South Tyrolean has always won. An impressive figure that makes understand the value of the season so far of the Italian tennis player, which has further strengthened the top in the ranking by climbing to 9890.

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There is certainly another goal achieved to fascinate the blue at the end of the event on German grass: the 22-year-old from San Candido has become the second tennis player in history, after of course Roger Federer, to win the tournament in Halle from the World number one.

The Swiss champion has succeeded on four occasions, from 2004 to 2006 and in 2008; the athlete coached by Simone Vagnozzi and Darren Cahill can hope to try again next year to approach the record of King Roger and this would mean that he would arrive on the eve of the competition again as World number one.

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Jannik Sinner had to fight and not just during the whole week.

The draw has 'forced' him to compete, since his debut challenge, with several difficult players who can express themselves very well on the grass. The South Tyrolean has played in the first three games the third set, succeeding all the time to win with great clarity and solidity to the service and in response.

There could be no better preparation ahead of Wimbledon, which will begin in exactly seven days. The best tennis player in the world delved into the key moments of the game, in which he got his best version to get the victories.

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"In the important moments I tried to get good. In some phases he responded very well, so I had to be very attentive. I had to save a set point in the second set. If it had gone wrong, I would have had to play three sets again.

But this is a grass court, anything can happen," concluded Jannik Sinner, who will play the final 18° of his career in a year in which he already has 37 wins in 40 games.

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