Corrado Barrazutti, a former two-time Grand semifinalist, believes Jannik Sinner and Andre Agassi have certain similarities. One of the most gifted and promising players in the world is 20-year-old Sinner. Sinner is a top-10 player and a seven-time ATP champion at the age of 20.
According to Barazzutti, who spoke to Corierre dello Sport, according to Il Napolista, “he has less room for progress in his comfort zone, along the back line, forehand and backhand, because he is already among the greatest in the world.” “Making even fewer errors is therefore something that can be improved.
Fast feet, a quick hand, and excellent tennis.” Sinner‘s serve and net game need work, according to Barazzutti, but the Italian player’s style of play is somewhat reminiscent of Agassi’s. “Agassi. as a kind of entertainment, not as a physical act.
Sinner is a player that hits in his comfort zone unlike anyone else I’ve ever seen, “Barazzutti elucidated.
Barazzutti on the virtues of the Sinner
“Excellent work culture paired with strong determination. He is aware that hard work will result in the outcomes he seeks.
I have said it before: Sinner is predestined (for success),” Barazzutti added. Sinner has big expectations for himself because he wants to win a Grand Slam and be ranked first. Barazzutti believes Sinner can successfully accomplish those objectives.
“Sinner is a man with the potential to rank among the world’s strongest. become the best in the world, but also “added Barazzutti. Sinner won his first championship of the year last week after defeating Carlos Alcaraz in the Umag final.
Sinner has shifted his attention to the American hard court swing following a good Umag performance. Sinner had a successful Wimbledon run after making it to the quarterfinals. Sinner‘s current objective is to get ready for the US Open well in order to win his maiden Grand Slam match at Flushing Meadows.