Sinner's coach shares a huge update on Jannik's presence at Roland Garros

A new social post would confirm the presence of the young Italian in Paris

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Sinner's coach shares a huge update on Jannik's presence at Roland Garros
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Jannik Sinner hasn't played a match since the 4th round of the Mutua Madrid Open. The Italian champion withdrew on the eve of the quarterfinal match of the Spanish ATP Masters 1000 due to the hip injury he suffered at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. His presence also seemed in doubt regarding the Roland Garros, but in these hours, a post shared on Instagram seems to have given a different direction to his presence in Paris.

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Jannik Sinner© Julian Finney / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

In recent days, various rumors have appeared regarding Sinner's presence at Roland Garros, the next Grand Slam tournament which will now be held in a few days. The latest sensations regarding the tennis player were negative and several newspapers spoke of an Italian who was moving towards saying no to Paris. However, things seem to be dramatically changing, one clue seems to be clear. Through his social channels, Sinner's super coach, the Australian Darren Cahill, posted an eloquent shot. A photo of a racket and balls marked Roland Garros, on a clay court.

If Cahill is ready to go to Paris it means that Jannik has made the choice of him, the Roland Garros is therefore closer. There is no official statement but the fans of the young Italian These days we are talking about Sinner for various reasons, from phrases about his private life to the ranking situation but the priority remains the issue relating to his injury.

The announcement certifying the presence of Sinner at the Roland Garros could arrive soon. It would be the first time that Jannik decided to make what would seem to be an instinctive and not prudent choice, considering how (it would seem from the rumors coming from Italy) the doctors would have advised the young Italian against playing in Paris.

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