Jannik Sinner reveals his hope for 2024: "I want to return to the ATP Finals"

The Italian tennis player hopes to play again in Turin for the year-end Masters in front of his home crowd

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Jannik Sinner reveals his hope for 2024: "I want to return to the ATP Finals"
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In an exclusive interview given to the Italian newspaper La Stampa, Jannik Sinner confirmed his presence at the Paris Olympic Games 2024. Criticized for having skipped the Olympic tennis tournament in 2021, the 22-year-old Italian took his personal revenge, dragging Italy to the victory of the Davis Cup, after 47 years.

Sinner's goal will be to confirm himself at the Olympics by winning a historic medal on the Parisian clay court. The idea of a double with Sonego, according to the results achieved in Davis Cup, would seem appropriate. "The Olympic Games are on my calendar, it will be very special to return to Roland Garros for the Olympic tournament.

As for the doubles, we'll see what is decided, I had a lot of fun with Lorenzo Sonego during the Davis Cup final. Our priority it's the singles, but we got along very well in the Davis Cup and we will try to play together every now and then when the schedule allows us."

Sinner then revealed the main objectives that he will try to achieve in 2024.

"The Grand Slam tournaments are very important but let's not forget the Masters 1000 which also count a lot.

I hope to be able to show a very high level in these events and therefore stabilize my ranking. I absolutely want to return to Turin for the ATP Finals and to do so I have to be consistent throughout the season," he explained.

Sinner's 2024 will begin at the Kooyong Classic exhibition event and you can move on to the Australian Open. The Melbourne Major will be the the first official tournament of the 2024 upcoming season, for Sinner. To preserve his body, the Italian and his team decided to skip all the ATP 250 events, in the weeks before the Australian Open.

The same choice was done by the young Spanish tennis champion Carlitos Alcaraz, who will officially play his frist 2204 event in Melbourne. We recall the ATP season will start at the ATP 250 in Brisbane, where there will be Rafael Nadal's come back.

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