“Jannik Sinner can win the US Open in 2023,” says Todd Woodbridge.

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Jannik Sinner is selected by Todd Woodbridge as the Grand Slam winner. The former doubles champion and television analyst discussed the potential winners of the following three Grand Slam tournaments: Although shocks are around every corner, Novak Djokovic remains the favorite.

The Australian tennis star launched himself into what he describes as a daring forecast, asserting that a new Grand Slam champion might emerge from these most recent Slam competitions. If Jannik does well, he will undoubtedly be a player who can win his first Major this season, if Novak Djokovic doesn’t make it all the way in the men’s draw, he said on the AO Show.

Jannik Sinner can win the US Open in 2023,” says Todd Woodbridge.

Jannik Sinner is this year’s Grand Slam champion, according to Woodbridge, who stated why in an interview with the podcast: “I think he’s just evolving at the proper speed.

He continues to see an increase in his self-confidence. One of the factors contributing to his potential success is not just the player, but also the group that supports him: “He is working with Darren Cahill, one of the most successful managers sport has seen in the previous 25 years.

Darren is merely storing up all the knowledge of what he believes those huge victors must possess in his memory. Jannik Sinner has three chances to take advantage of in order to cross this finish line: the Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and the US Open.

Todd Woodbridge claims that Flushing Meadows, the site where new Grand Slam champions are customarily crowned, may be his venue: The US Open or Roland Garros are more plausible candidates because of the amazing tennis he displayed there to advance to the quarterfinals against Carlos Alcaraz.

The US Open, in my opinion, is the current Grand Slam competition that is most appropriate for him. The French Open, hosted in Paris’s Bois de Boulogne, will be the following Grand Slam.