Jannik Sinner: "Wimbledon without points? It's difficult"



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Jannik Sinner: "Wimbledon without points? It's difficult"

Jannik Sinner took just under two hours to win against the Argentine Fratangelo in the first round of the Roland Garros 2022: 6-3 6-2 6-3 is the final result. The strength of the South Tyrolean in the match was to never lose his turn of service, offering his opponent only two break points, both of which were saved.

In the press conference that followed the match, the Italian number two spoke about the service and how he is working it under the new management of Vagnozzi. "It's definitely a part where I've improved", he said at the end of the match, "With some players it's not enough to pull hard, I'm still thinking about it, but it's definitely a shot that I've improved, but the goal is to improve it even more."

In Paris, Jannik Sinner did not arrive in excellent form, after a season of ups and downs in terms of condition. The blue, however, noted at the press conference that he is physically fine: "Physically I don't worry.

In Indian Wells it can happen, in Miami I got blisters. The only problem was Rome, after the last point of the first set. I feel good for the moment, I want to try to get to know the court and balls."

Sinner's thoughts on Wimbledon

An inevitable step in the press conferences of the first Roland Garros matches is the question of the ATP's decision not to award points at Wimbledon.

Sinner also said about him, without completely losing his balance. "The situation is difficult. I still don't have my opinion, but our planning is to play Halle, Eastbourne to get to know the surface and then Wimbledon, so that we can play a few more games on the grass."

On the subject of Roland Garros, however, Jannik Sinner will play the second round against the Spaniard Carballes Baena. "I've never trained with him," said the Italian sduring the press conference. In these days came reactions for the Wimbledon ban, made by a lot of players and insiders.