Jannik Sinner is one of the youngest tennis players in the world right now. In 2016, he started competing on the ITF Junior Circuit, the top junior circuit organized by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Despite his minimal junior success, he concentrated on the professional tour after the year’s finish.
The only higher-level Grade A tournament he participated was the Trofeo Bonfiglio, and he never competed in the main draw of any high-level Grade 1 singles competitions. He didn’t participate in any junior Grand Slam competitions. His career-high junior rating, which was a comparatively low 133, was caused by the fact that he played in so few high-level tournaments.
At the age of 17 years and 6 months, Sinner won his first ATP Challenger championship in Bergamo in February 2019. He made history as the nation’s youngest Italian Challenger champion. He climbed up to No. 324 in the ATP rankings after winning the match. At the 2021 European Open, he reached his sixth career final without losing a set.
After reaching the Vienna Open semifinals in November 2021, he became the first male player born in the 2000s to enter the top-10. Became the fifth Italian to reach that stage in Melbourne at the Australian Open, as he advanced to the quarterfinals of a major for the second time in his career.
What is the Nationality of Hanspeter Sinner and Siglinde Sinner
Hanspeter Sinner and Siglinde Sinner are the parents of Jannik Sinner. They are both of Italian descent.