Fernando Gonzalez is confident: “Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz will dominate tennis.”

In a lengthy interview, Fernando Gonzalez, a former tennis player who once reached a grand slam final before losing to Roger Federer at the 2007 Australian Open, discussed current tennis players and mentioned Jannik Sinner.

The Chilean tennis player, who has won eleven ATP titles, started off by saying, “It was a great experience. It was great fun; I got to see some old friends, compete against some formidable opponents, and revisit some of the circuit’s most storied venues.

The vibe is totally different, and you can count on having a good time before, during, and after the game while drinking beer with your newfound friends. You care about winning, but it’s not the most important thing. You develop a deeper and more meaningful appreciation for urban life.

Like in 2005, Garin advanced to the semifinals.

I wish I could say I surprised myself with this result, but I am content with it. It really hurt my bankroll the first few times I came here because I wasn’t ready.

I was impressed by what I saw from Cristian; coming back from two sets down and a set against the likes of De Miaur on a surface with which he is unfamiliar to win the match is a remarkable feat and a valuable learning experience.

It is obvious that there is room for development.

Between starting a new job and sizing up the sport’s future stars, he has a lot on his plate.

Where does he stand currently

Jaime Fillol offered me a job at Andrés Bello University in the Institute of Sports and Wellness, and I’ve thrived there.

Sports are important not just for the competitive aspect, but also for the health benefits and self-control they teach their participants. I also run the Kiri Foundation, an organization that promotes the intellectual and cultural development of young people. Since I have finished my cycle, I have resigned from my position on the board for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games in order to devote more time to my primary job as a father (laughs, ed.).

Listener to the circuito

No, I don’t follow tennis every day, but I do watch it quite frequently. When the score in the first set is 1-1, I don’t pay as much attention to it as when it’s 4-4.

The Chileans Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz are two that I enjoy watching. Both of them are dangerous hitters who can score from any part of the field, and the 41-year-old Santiago, Chilean predicts that they will one day rule the sport.