According to Jannik Sinner, the epidemic marked the beginning of a very trying moment for individuals all over the world, and he wished to establish a “safe environment” for young sportsmen who needed to open up. Interviews with teenage athletes were conducted by Sinner for the series “What’s Kept You Moving.”
Young athletes spoke candidly about the pandemic and how they managed to get through the trying time during those interviews. “During lockdown in 2020, I had the idea for What’s Kept You Moving. I wanted to start a discourse about how people were handling terrible situations and to let people know that it was okay to talk about the difficult things they were going through.
In terms of mental health, 2020 marked the beginning of a difficult period for a great number of individuals, particularly my generation, Generation-Z. It was a major issue before the pandemic, and it has only gotten worse since then. In order to foster a sense of community and a secure setting to express your thoughts and feelings, as well as to encourage more conversation about mental health, I wanted to gather people’s experiences dealing with it “The website for the Monte Carlo Masters quoted Sinner.
Sinner: Everybody, I believe, has a story.
More attention than ever is being paid to athletes’ mental health. Four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka is among the main causes of the increased attention being paid to athletes’ mental health and wellbeing.
“One of the driving forces behind the creation of this initiative was my conviction that everyone has a story to tell, regardless of their background or stage of life. Prior to the project, I had this feeling, but since the project’s beginning, it has only been more justified.
to realize that we can all empathize, regardless of what others are doing or experiencing in their lives. I’m pleased that it has created a community where people can interact and exchange experiences since that “Sinner clarified.