Jannik Sinner Parents: Meet Hanspeter Sinner and Siglinde Sinner
Jannik Sinner, an Italian tennis player, competes internationally. He was born in Italy on August 16, 2001, and he goes by the name “sinner.”
He was rated as high as No. 9 by the Association of Tennis Professionals on November 1, 2021. (ATP). On September 27, 2021, while playing doubles, he climbed the world rankings to No. 124.
Sinner became the youngest player to win an ATP singles championship and the youngest player to win five ATP titles since Novak Djokovic’s ATP singles success in 2007.
Sinner’s career highs include five ATP singles titles and one ATP doubles title. When he won the 2021 Citi Open, he set a new record for the youngest player to win an ATP 500 championship.
Meet Hanspeter Sinner and Siglinde Sinner
Sinner’s Both Hanspeter Sinner and Siglidde Sinner are known to be the child’s parents. The couple welcomed into the world two sons, both of whom were named Marc and Jannik Sinner.
Hanspeter Sinner, the young tennis player’s father, is employed as a chef in the town of Val Pusteria, which is located in Italy. Siglinde Sinner, who is Jannik’s mother, is employed at the restaurant where Jannik’s father also is.
They are employed at a restaurant owned by Fiscalina in Sesto-Val-Talschlusshutte. Their son, who was thirteen at the time, made the decision to train professionally in Bordighera, Italy, with trainers Riccardo Piatti and Massimo Sartori.
Siglinde and Hanspeter were supportive of their son’s desire to pursue this path. Both of his parents were born in Italy, giving him Italian citizenship.