In the midst of a tournament forfeit announcement, Jannik Sinner said, “Better catch up…”

Jannik Sinner will not play in Hamburg’s Atp.. At before midnight, the Italian No. 1 posted a picture on Instagram announcing his intention to forego the first European tournament on red following the London Slam and before taking a stroke on the North American hardcourt.

“It was decided among the members of my squad that we would not be playing Hamburg. In the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, I injured my ankle somewhat and opted to delay my next event in Umag as a precaution.

Playing in Hamburg, which is a city and event I like, was a big draw for me “As an example, he cited a tale.

When Jannik Sinner returns to Hamburg, he misses the German city by a week.

After this week’s delay, Sinner will be able to perform the Umag ‘250’ festival, which runs from July 25 to July 31 if no fresh announcements are made.

Meanwhile, he and coach Simone Vagnozzi and new team member Darren Cahill will continue their preparations for the double commitment ‘1000’ and US Open, which begin on August 29 in Corato and will culminate with a trip to the United States.

Between kart races with friends and his new girlfriend Maria Braccini, who just turned 22, Jannik had some time off. Last season, Sinner won the ‘500’ in Washington before losing to Federico Delbonis in the semifinals of the ATP World Tour Championships.

After a convincing loss to Alexander Zverev in the New York Slam finals, I finished in the eighth spot instead. It’s an unusual decision to play on the clay, given that he’s not registered for the Tokyo Olympics capital event that he had favored.

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In the midst of a tournament forfeit announcement, Jannik Sinner said, “Better catch up…”

By Antonio Zaccaro

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