Goran Ivanisevic, the coach, believes Jannik Sinner is a very gifted person with a strong chance of winning Grand Slams. One of the ATP Tour’s most promising players, Sinner is 20 years old. Sinner advanced to his third Grand Slam quarterfinal at this year’s Wimbledon.
Sinner narrowly missed making it to his first Grand Slam semifinal after Novak Djokovic overcame a two-set deficit to defeat the Italian with a score of 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2. Since he was a young child, I have been a huge fan of Sinner. He is extremely talented, humble, and growing up nicely, according to Ivanisevic, who spoke to La Repubblica.
“He is the tennis of the future, and he can win any Grand Slam.” In the first two sets of the Wimbledon quarterfinal match against Nole in London, he played exceptionally well.
Sinner to Ivanisevic: You can’t allow Djokovic take a breath.
During the first two sets of his Wimbledon encounter against Djokovic, Sinner looked fantastic.
After then, Sinner stopped playing, and Djokovic dominated the remainder of the game. He made a mistake by backing down and conceding the third set. Nole can’t breathe, you know. You must put an end to him right away, Ivanisevic said.
Now, both Sinner‘s coach and Djokovic‘s coach are picking him to win a Grand Slam. Coach Darren Cahill stated after Sinner‘s victory in Umag that the 20-year-old had what it takes to win a Grand Slam. Cahill told La Stampa that Jannik is one among the people who can win Grand Slams.
And I don’t mean in a year, I mean right now. At the US Open already? He plays with appropriate force for that type of surface and moves well on hard surfaces. After winning his first championship of the year last week in Umag, Sinner is feeling upbeat as he makes his way to North America. Sinner will begin his summer on hard courts at the Montreal Masters the following week.