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Jannik Sinner

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Bio Sinner, who grew up in Sexten, at the age of 14 went to the training center Piatti Tennis, which is headed by Riccardo Piatti and Massimo Sartori, the coach of Andreas Seppi. His first matches on the pro tour he played in 2018 on the ITF Future Tour. In August 2018, he won his first double title with Giacomo Dambrosi and then broke into the top 1000 in the world rankings for the first time. For his debut on the ATP Challenger Tour he came in Como. Thanks to a wildcard he entered the individual field and lost his opening match against Andrej Martin in two sets. He also won his first match in 2018 in Ortisei in Val Gardena.
Sinner won his first Challenger title in February 2019 in Bergamo. He was again thanks to a wild card in the main draw and on the way to the final he beat Salvatore Caruso and Gianluigi Quinzi, two top 200 players. In the final, he prevailed against his compatriot Roberto Marcora in 72 minutes with 6-3, 6-1. He became the first player born in 2001 and the youngest Italian, who won a Challenger title. He improved by more than 200 places in the world rankings that time. On March 3, 2019, a week later, Sinner also won his first ITF tournament in Trento. On March 31, 2019 Sinner won the ITF Tournament of Santa Margherita di Pula after a three-week break. As a result, Sinner reached on April 8, 2019 in 316th place a new top ranking. At the Hungarian Open in 2019, Sinner was given a wildcard for qualifying and, as a lucky loser, took part in his first ATP tournament, earning his first victory on Mate Valkusz, which scored another 26 points for Sinner's ranking to the top 300 (295). At the Internazionali BNL d'Italia, 2019 Sinner reached the final of the internal Italian elimination for a wildcard and still received one of the organizers for the main draw. There Sinner won against Steve Johnson and thus for the first time against a top 100 players. In the second round he lost the "NextGen" game against the world number 7 Stefanos Tsitsipas. Sinner reached a new career high (229).
Sinner qualified his first ever Grand Slam at the US Open after he went through successfully the 3 qualification rounds.
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