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Schiavone on the future of Jannik Sinner and Berrettini: “They will be extraordinary years.”
SCHIAVONE TEAM LAB was unveiled by Francesca Schiavone at the Aspria Harbour Club Milano. The goal of this project is to strike the perfect harmony and balance between the many technical and physical components.
Her goal is to share her love of the game and her understanding of the game with young people who aspire to be professional tennis players.
Schiavone said at the presentation: “It is a project created out of my love for tennis.” “This is a new chapter in my tennis career after over 20 years of success at the highest level and a brief pause as a coach.
The moment has come for me to pass on my knowledge and experience to the next generation of professionals and students in a professional and organized manner “, it’s a.
Sinner and Berrettini are lauded by Francesca Schiavone.
Also, Francesca Schiavone took the opportunity to praise Jannik Sinner and Matteo Berrettini, two rising stars in the Italian tennis scene.
When asked by the reporters of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the 109th Roland Garros champion admitted that it was a “great moment” for Italian tennis. “Matteo and Jannik haven’t won a Slam yet, so we can’t use the adjective “exceptional.”
They are, nonetheless, quite near to reaching this goal. It is a pleasure to know and work with both of them. They put in a lot of effort and are devoted to the sport. They also have a strong focus on youth and communication, and I can attest to the fact that they do several modest but noteworthy things in this regard.
These are some real-world examples. An critical time has arrived. This is going to be an incredible decade “As a matter of fact,. For Sinner, the ATP 500 tournament in Hamburg is a chance to get back on the court following his quarterfinal defeat by Novak Djokovic at the Championships.
Carlos Alcaraz, Andrey Rublev, and Diego Schwartzman are among the players that will compete at this tournament. Though positive for Covid-19 at Wimbledon, Berrettini opted to begin his comeback in Gstaad rather than miss out on the opportunity to compete in the prestigious event.
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