Jannik Sinner improves to 25-14 on the season after defeating Emil Ruusuvuori in his opening match at the Citi Open. Truist Atlanta Open/Alex Smith. Jannik Sinner and Reilly Opelka win the Atlanta doubles title in a Match Tie-break against Steve Johnson and Jordan Thompson. Truist Atlanta Open/Alex Smith.
Jannik Sinner is an Italian professional tennis player. He has been ranked as high as world No. 13 by the Association of Tennis Professionals, achieved on 18 October 2021, and in doubles of world No. 124, achieved on 27 September 2021. At the 2020 French Open, he became the youngest quarterfinalist in the men's singles event since Novak Djokovic in 2006. He has won four ATP titles in singles and one in doubles, and became the youngest ATP title-holder since 2008 by winning the 2020 Sofia Open. H
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Top seed advances to Antwerp quarter-finals. The tennis world got a glimpse of the future on Wednesday at the European Open, where #NextGenATP Italians Jannik Sinner and Lorenzo Musetti met for the first time as professionals. And after a tight first set, it was top-seeded Sinner who showed he is currently a step ahead of his countryman by defeating Musetti 7-5, 6-2 to reach the Antwerp quarter-finals.
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Italian Jannik Sinner pictured in action during a singles match between Italians Sinner and Musetti, in the 1/8 finals of the European Open Tennis ATP tournament, in Antwerp, Wednesday 20 October ...
Sinner, 19, who captured his second ATP Tour title in February at the Great Ocean Road Open (d. Travaglia), struck 20 winners in his second ATP Head2Head meeting against Rublev, who drops to a 26-6 match record on the season. Sinner saved one set point at 5/6 in the second set tie-break. “I am trying to get better every week,” said Sinner.
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The win against Lorenzo Musetti was important to Jannik Sinner. Sports comparisons between compatriots in tennis are usually a tricky thing, especially when the two opponents are in the same age group. Like Jannik Sinner, 20, who had to take on Lorenzo Musetti, 19, in the round of 16 in Antwerp. Musetti had already defeated a fellow countryman, in round one Gianluca Mager had to admit defeat to the teenager.
But still a couple tournaments to play, and hopefully I can play great tennis.” After a rest day, Sinner, who is currently in 11th place in the FedEx ATP Race To Turin – still with a chance to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals – will be back on court for Friday’s quarterfinal round to face surprising 65th-ranked Arthur Rinderknech of France.