Jannik Sinner’s next step is to learn how to manage huge matches, according to Patrick Mouratoglou

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Jannik Sinner‘s game is “very complete,” according to coach Patrick Mouratoglou, who thinks that the Italian only has to work on his mental toughness to take it to the next level. Sinner, 21, has won eight ATP titles and has reached the No. 9 spot in the world rankings.

Sinner has advanced to many quarterfinals at the Grand Slam level, but he hasn’t yet made it to a semifinal or even a final. Therefore, according to Mouratoglou, strengthening his mental approach could be the key for Sinner. “You can see that Jannik’s game is fairly finished.

There don’t seem to be many flaws. Of doubt, there is room for growth in some of his strokes, but in my opinion, the way he approaches major matches and manages the score needs the most work. His tennis, in my opinion, is that of a player who is at least in the top 10 or possibly even the top 5.

possibly much better “In a video posted on his Instagram, Mouratoglou stated.

For Sinner, Mouratoglou believes that developing one’s thinking skills may be the key.

Leonardo got out to a good start in the Rotterdam final last Sunday, but Daniil Medvedev came back to defeat the Italian 5-7 6-2 6-2.

Sinner didn’t want to be critical after losing the Rotterdam championship, merely saying it was a good learning experience. “I’ve played a lot of matches recently, so I’m thrilled to be in this situation.

Naturally, I felt wonderful during the opening set and got off to a tremendous start. The second set saw a slight shift in the momentum, and in the third set, my serving wasn’t up to par. Sinner remarked after the Rotterdam final, “I think I have improved, especially against him, and I will try to look forward to [more] of these kinds of confrontations. Sinner was supposed to perform in Marseille this week, but he canceled due to a viral infection.