The Italian tennis scene is expanding, thanks in part to the country’s numerous top-ranked players as well as other promising young players on the verge of making it to the summit. Francesco Passaro, a young tennis player from Perugia who graduated in the class of 2001, is one of them. His goal is to improve his ranking and win his first tournament of his professional career.
As a result of his third-set loss to Lorenzo Musetti in the Forli Challenger finals, the Italian achieved a new personal best rating of 187.
Other young Italians like Flavio Cobolli and Luca Nardi precede him as the world’s 16th-ranked player. The teenage tennis player from Perugia got the opportunity to train with Jannik Sinner, the current Italian number one player.
Darren Cahill, Simone Vagnozzi, and Roberto Tarpani accompanied the South Tyrolean to the Monte Carlo Country Club, while the Perugia athlete was aided by his coach, Roberto Tarpani.
Following his greatest ranking, Passaro was given a training session with Sinner as a token of appreciation.
Those are Sinner’s intentions.
There are no matches scheduled for Jannik Sinner in Monte Carlo due to the ankle injury he sustained in the semifinals of Wimbledon versus Novak Djokovic.
Despite having to withdraw from the Hamburg tournament due to an injury, the South Tyrolean will still play on clay in Croatia at the Umag Open.. This is his last chance to play on clay before the grueling North American schedule: Montreal, Cincinnati, and the US Open, the season’s final Grand Slam.
A return to Europe’s indoor cement circuit, where Italian n°1 has won three career titles, will follow his triumphant North American debut. This will be followed by a defense of his Bulgarian capital title and a final appearance in Antwerp, Belgium.
At this point, Sinner isn’t in contention for the Finals in Turin but is competing in the Next Gen in Milan to preserve his status as second behind Carlos Alcaraz.