Italian star Jannik Sinner eyes world no 1 ranking after Australian Open triumph

Posted : 12 February 2024

Adjusting to his newfound status as a Grand Slam champion after winning the Australian Open, 22-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner is determined to reach the pinnacle of men's tennis. Ranked No 4 globally, Sinner came from two sets down to defeat Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open final, showcasing his potential for future success.


Having also beaten Novak Djokovic in significant matches last season, Sinner aims to focus on improving as a player and achieving his dream of becoming the world No 1. Despite the added attention and changes in his life post-victory, he remains grounded and emphasizes the importance of family support.


Ahead of the Rotterdam Open, where he faces Botic van de Zandschulp, Sinner expressed his reluctance to discuss rankings, emphasizing his dedication to personal improvement. Grateful for his current No 4 ranking, he acknowledges the support of his family, who he plans to visit after the tournament.


Despite the changes and increased media attention, Sinner emphasizes that he remains the same person as before his Australian Open victory and that his family is unchanged.


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