Jannik Sinner has a crazy stats against the Top-10

The Italian ha incredible data about the matches he played against Top-10 players, in the last 56 months

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Jannik Sinner has a crazy stats against the Top-10
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Since October 2023, Jannik Sinner has accumulated crazy data against the Top-10, which certifies the rise of the young Italian.

In 2024, Jannik has already won three titles, collecting 25 victories against only two defeats. Adding the last three months of 2023, Sinner won the titles in Beijing and Vienna, the Davis Cup and played in the final of the ATP Finals, losing to Novak Djokovic

Sinner has won 14 of the last 16 matches against players ranked in the top 10 in the ATP ranking, with the only two defeats coming against Djokovic in Turin (2023) and Alcaraz in Indian Wells.

The Italian beat the Serbian champion three times, Alcaraz once, Andrey Rublev twice, Holger Rune twice and Stefanos Tsitsipas once. But his favorite victim is undoubtedly Daniil Medvedev, defeated five times in the last 7 months.

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Jannik, after constant and continuous growth, definitively exploded after his first triumph in an ATP Master 1000 in Toronto 2'23, becoming aware of his abilities.

One triumph after another, the 22-year-old Italian first won his first Slam title in Australia, and then moved up to second position in the ATP world ranking.

Sinner on his new role as a superstar

In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Sinner recounted some details of his life. Jannik focused on the role he has now acquired for the Italian movement and the success he is having in the world.

"I would be lying if I said I was indifferent to all this. It gives me enormous pleasure. If I can help the whole movement grow, then I'm doing something good that goes beyond winning trophies," he told.

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Jannik Sinner© Julian Finney / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

"The fact that children see me as an example, a little idol to imitate, makes me happy. They don't count how many titles you've won, if they like you it's because you can convey something to them. I myself had idols as a child and to be somehow taken as a point of reference is a reward.

Responsibilities don't scare me. I started taking them when I left home at 13, it wasn't easy. Sometimes I missed home, I called but my parents were busy working or they told me that after all I was making a sacrifice for something I loved and therefore I shouldn't be sad," he added.

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