Jannik Sinner is an Italian professional tennis player, born on 16 August 2001, in San Candido, Italy.
Young Sinner, who was raised in the northern Italian area of South Tyrol, played tennis, football, and skiing as a kid.
At the young age of eight, the Italian won a National skiing championship.
He then began playing tennis and later travelled to Bordighera on the Italian Riviera to train with Riccardo Piatti, who was a seasoned tennis coach.
Jannik Sinner holds 124 doubles rankings and holds the highest ranking of nine from the Association of Tennis Professionals.
He won the 2020 Sofia Open, which allowed him to become the youngest ATP title holder since the year 2008 and made this possible.
Jannik Sinner is a product of the union between Hanspeter and Siglinde Sinner.
As earlier mentioned, Sinner grew up in the town of Sexten.
In Sexten, his parents Hanspeter and Siglinde Sinner worked as waitress and cook positions at a ski resort.
He has a sibling named Marc.
Sinner started tennis and skiing at the age of three.
From the age of 8-12, he was one of Italy’s top junior skiers, and won the national giant slalom championship at age eight and placing second at age twelve.
After 13-year-old Sinner opted for tennis over football and skiing, he relocated to Bordighera to train with Riccardo Piatti and Massimo Sartori, of course, with the support of his parents.
His ITF Junior Circuit career began in 2016. Though he had only participated in a few high-level competitions, his junior rating was 133.
Jannik Sinner went professional in 2018 and finished in 551st place. In Bergamo, he triumphed in February 2019.
Sinner is the first player born in 2001 to make it to a Challenger final. He is the newest Italian Challenger winner. His ATP standing was 324.
He is the ATP’s youngest quarterfinalist in the previous five years. Finally, he entered the top 100.
Jannik Sinner defeated Alex de Minaur to claim the 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals title. Jannik came in at number 78 for the year.
The ATP Newcomer of the Year. The 2020 Australian Open was the first Grand Slam match that Jannik won.
He defeated David Goffin in Rotterdam to win his first match in the top 10. The season was disrupted by COVID-19.
In the third round of the Rome Masters, he defeated No. 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas. The first quarterfinalist at the French Open since Rafael Nadal in 2005 was Jannik.
The 2020 Sofia Open was the site of his first ATP triumph.
Jannik Sinner is single and currently not in an intimate relationship.
For now, he is focused on his tennis profession and is too young to be married. There is a lengthy career ahead of the promising young man.
Jannik Sinner net worth
The Italian tennis player has an estimated net worth of over $12 million.
Since he began playing tennis, Jannik Sinner has consistently produced outstanding results, making him one of the sport’s rising stars.
His current prize money from tennis totals $6,420,598.