Famous Italian tennis player Jannik Sinner has achieved a career-high of No. 9 in the Association of Tennis Professionals rankings. On September 27, 2021, Jannik Sinner also attained No. 124 in the doubles rankings.
In 2018, Jannik Sinner, then just 16 years old, began his career as a professional. By winning the 2020 Sofia Open, Sinner became the youngest ATP title holder since 2008 and the youngest player with five titles since Novak Djokovic in 2007.
Hanspeter Sinner and Siglinde Sinner are the parents of Jannik Sinner, an Italian tennis player who was born on August 16, 2001, in San Candido, Italy.
Alongside his brother Mark and his parents, he grew up in Sesto. In Pustertal, Italy, Siglinde Sinner, the mother of Jannik Sinner, works as a waitress, while Hanspeter Sinner, her husband, is a cook.
In addition, Hanspeter Sinner and his wife Siglinde worked in Sexten’s ski huts. They performed their duties at Fiscalina’s Restaurant in Sexten-Val-Talschlus. Their children were raised in Sesto where they worked at a ski lodge.
Sinner has won six ATP singles titles and one doubles title. By winning the 2021 Citi Open, he became the first ATP 500 winner under the age of 18.