A finger injury will prevent Jannik Sinner from being one of the great protagonists in the Davis Cup finals, which will be played from 22 to 27 November in Malaga. The South Tyrolean thus ended his season in the ATP circuit with a further physical problem, which has almost become 'habitual' for the blue throughout this year.
The Italian tennis player will begin his work prematurely to prepare the beginning of 2023 in the best possible way to fully solve the difficulties related to injuries and be ready for the next appointments set in his schedule.
The talented 21-year-old was a guest of the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin on Tuesday, also releasing an interesting interview. The athlete of coach Simone Vagnozzi and Darren Cahill commented with great regret the forfeit announced for the team competition: "It is certainly the worst way to end the year.
The Davis Cup was very important this year: I played the pre-qualifiers and the group stage in Bologna to help the team get to Malaga. This injury was not needed. Obviously I will watch all the matches and cheer on my teammates even from a distance.
We hope to do very well in Spain."
Jannik Sinner: "2023 will be a different year"
Sinner then continued: "The good thing is that we have so many incredible players here in Italy and we hope to prove ourselves."
The South Tyrolean also drew up an assessment of his season: "I had many injuries especially when I was playing well. They led me to close the year as number 15 in the world, which I think is positive anyway. I made a lot of changes with the team too, I think I've improved a lot throughout the season.
It's difficult but I can be happy." The warning message for next year is clear. He added: "2023 will be a different year, now I have a lot of time to prepare well and then we hope to get off to a good start in Australia."