In an interview given to the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, Jannik Sinner talked about some issues concerning his private life, one of which concerns money, earnings and their management. "I left home at the age of 13 for tennis.
It gives me positive and negative emotions, joys and sorrows. It gives me everything. I reject the concept of being a company: my concern is not turnover, it is never money "If they were, I would always play, I would accept the performances, I wouldn't take breaks.
On the contrary, I'm interested in eating well, sleeping the right hours, eating at home whenever I can, being ready on the court the next morning," said the Italian.
Jannik Sinner shares with brutal honesty what he thinks about money
Sinner then vented about the controversies of recent weeks, almost forgotten by everyone, over the failure to participate in the Davis Cup group stage: "If I don't play, and I understand that the fans may be upset about it, it's because I'm in Monte- Carlo, I'm working hard.
My goal isn't to make money: it's to become the best version of me. Maybe number 4 is my limit, I want to find out. To do that, I have to say no to something otherwise the season becomes interminable. This year I will close with 22 tournaments played: fewer races, more blocks of work.
They say I have become more muscular... instead of going around I locked myself in the gym. This is the only way to grow, in my opinion. What do I dream? My parents' health. And continue to live the life I like, even after sport.
I think about it and who knows what I'll do next. I hope to remain a child for as long as possible because only children, doing simple things, know how to enjoy the moment," commented the talented 22-year-old, expected for his official debut on Sunday 12 November at the Nitto ATP Finals.