Italian tennis player Jannik Sinner happens to be a professional. He reached a global No. 124 doubles ranking on September 27, 2021, and a world No. 9 singles ranking by the Association of Tennis Professionals on November 1, 2021. On August 16, 2001, Jannik was born in San Candido, Italy.
He played football, tennis, and skiing as a kid. At the age of thirteen, he shifted his attention to tennis and relocated to the Italian Riviera to study with seasoned instructor Riccardo Piatti. Despite having little success as a junior, he started competing in professional matches at the age of 16, and at the age of 17, he became one of the few athletes to win numerous ATP Challenger Tour championships.
After cracking the top 100, making his first ATP semifinal, and winning the Next Generation ATP Finals in Milan in 2019, he was named the ATP Newcomer of the Year. In 2020, he climbed even higher, reaching the top 50. He got off to a good start in 2021. He entered the ATP top 10 for the first time in November 2021 among players born in the 2000s.
He defeated Stan Wawrinka at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships to earn his first Major victory. He later defeated John Isner, Carlos Alcaraz, and Mikael Ymer to advance to his third Grand Slam quarterfinal of his career. He was two sets to love up when he was defeated by the top seed and eventual champion Novak Djokovic in the semifinals.
Who is Jannik Sinner’s Mother, Siglinde Sinner?
Jannik Sinner’s mother is Siglinde Sinner. She is Italian. She keeps a low profile so there is no information available on who she is.