'Jannik Sinner is the most continuous player', says top analyst

Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz are now the era after what they were in the past the Big Three

by Simone Brugnoli
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'Jannik Sinner is the most continuous player', says top analyst
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Every week that comes the rivalry continues, Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz are now the era after what they were in the past the Big Three and the two split slowly tournaments in the circuit. The Spaniard, despite the younger age, won more but Jannik this year did better and is the new number one in the world.

Carlos Alcarz and Jannik Sinner
Carlos Alcarz and Jannik Sinner© Matthew Stockman / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

In the last week, the first of two on the grass, Jannik won the tournament in Halle while the Spaniard caved against Draper and failed to defend the title. The journalist Ambesi, who spoke on the Oasport YouTube channel, talked about Sinner and the differences about his great rival: "Jannik is playing with great serenity, he is aware of being at the top and when it was time to raise the bar he did so, in Germany he granted very little to the service and I think he is a favorite at Wimbledon, presence of Djokovic or not".

Jannik Sinner will remain World No.1 after Wimbledon

Cannot miss the reference to the eternal rivalry between Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, the two are always on the lips of fans and everyone now has its own thought. Ambesi made it clear: "Winning 38 matches out of 41 is no small feat, making a comparison with Alcaraz right now is relative.

You have to have a larger sample, at the moment the Spanish has less continuity than Sinner but has higher peaks and we will see if this will change or not in the coming months". Alcaraz and Sinner are currently an even Slam this year and there is curiosity to understand we will advance between the two possibly in that of Wimbledon.

Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner© Thomas F. Starke / Stringer Getty Images Sport
 

Always Novak Djokovic or other outsiders allowing in a circuit full of great protagonists, ready to challenge our new number one.

Sinner has won the fourth final he played in this 2024 to ascend to 14 titles on the ATP circuit, in 18 finals played in his career so far. The current number one in the world already has a Major, a Master 1000 and two ATP 500 so far this season, impressive numbers for a player who continues to certify his time and has already reached 9,890 points in the ATP classification.

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