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Australian Open Champion Jannik Sinner Withdraws from Italian Open Due to Hip Injury

Posted : 04 May 2024

Jannik Sinner, the Australian Open champion, made the disappointing announcement on Saturday that he will miss the upcoming Italian Open due to a hip injury that also sidelined him in Madrid earlier in the week. The Italian tennis star, ranked world No 2, expressed his sadness over the inability to participate in one of his favorite tournaments, highlighting the ongoing struggles with his hip that have prevented his recovery in time for the Rome event, which is the final major tournament before the French Open.


Sinner, who boasts an impressive 28-2 record this season, would have been a strong contender at the Masters 1000 tournament in Rome, especially after clinching his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open earlier this year and securing his second Masters 1000 crown in Miami in March. Despite his remarkable achievements, the persistent hip issue has forced him to withdraw from the competition, leaving fans disappointed and hoping for his swift recovery.


With Sinner's withdrawal from the Italian Open, he joins world No 3 Carlos Alcaraz, who also withdrew due to a right forearm injury. Both players now aim to recuperate in time for the French Open, the second major of the season, which commences in Paris on May 26. Their absence from the Rome event underscores the challenges faced by top players as they navigate through injuries and strive to maintain peak performance during the grueling tennis season.


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