'Everyone knew the potential of Jannik Sinner', says ATP ace

It has been a busy day for Jannik Sinner in the round of 16 of the ATP 500 of Halle

by Simone Brugnoli
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'Everyone knew the potential of Jannik Sinner', says ATP ace
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Congratulations for Jannik Sinner are many. The blue has reached a few weeks the first position in the ranking, establishing a record never happened in the history of our Tennis. But the new number one in the world is different from all the others.

An extremely simple guy who has never changed, even with the inevitable fame that 'overwhelmed' him with the success he achieved. His colleagues a few days ago dedicated a thought to Sinner, praising above all his human depth, his simplicity.

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A result, that of the number one, who has been able to deserve playing a year as a true top player: "He is playing very well, especially since he won Toronto. He played finals on finals, won the Australian Open, Miami, winning many points.

He’s deservedly number one. I never changed my mind about him: I knew he was a top player and that at some point he could get the first place and he made it. For me nothing has changed, but for him it is certainly a great result, I can only be happy for him," said Daniil Medvedev.

Congratulations for Jannik Sinner are many

It has been a busy day for Jannik Sinner in the round of 16 of the ATP 500 of Halle, the number one of the world overcame a great challenge to the Hungarian Fabián Marozsan, whom he defeated by 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-3 at the Terra Wortmann Open.

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The best tennis player on the planet is looking for his first trophy on this fast surface, a player who scored his second victory as the owner of the top of the standings after beating Tallon Griekspoor on the first day and this Thursday to Marozsan.

The Hungarian player constantly pressed the kick of the transalpine, who could only win 51% of the points played with the second serve, so he had to battle to overcome a tough challenge to an opponent with an offensive tennis and nothing to lose.

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