Jannik Sinner 2024: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements


Who is Jannik Sinner

Jannik Sinner, the Italian rising tennis sensation, became the first person born in 2001 to reach a Challenger final when he claimed the ATP Challenger singles title in Bergamo in February 2019. The next-generation player is embarking on only his fourth year since turning pro in 2018. Jannik Sinner also became the youngest player ranked in the top 100 in the ATP rankings

Jannik Sinner’s early life and parents

Jannik Sinner was born on August 16, 2001, to Hanspeter and Siglinde Sinner in Innichen/San Candido, South Tyrol, Northern Italy. He grew up in Sexten, where his father worked as a chef and his mother as a waitress at a ski lodge. He also has a brother, Marc. Sinner began skiing and playing tennis at the age of three. Before he devoted his life to tennis, he was one of Italy’s top junior skiers from eight to twelve years old.

He won a national championship in giant slalom at the age of eight and finished second at the age of twelve. Sinner dropped tennis for a year as he was practicing skiing when he was seven years old. However, his father persuaded him to return. When he resumed playing, Heribert Mayr became his first regular coach. Sinner opted to give up skiing and football at the age of 13 and instead focus on tennis.

He preferred it over skiing because he wanted to compete directly against an opponent. He also wanted to have a wider margin of error over the length of the competition. Sinner also wanted to participate in an individual sport where he could make all of the decisions, which he would not be able to do in a team activity such as football.

Jannik Sinner’s Girlfriend

Jannik Sinner has mostly been quiet about his relationship, but then, as a person gains more and more popularity, certain personal information is bound to get public. Sinner has been in a relationship with Maria Braccini since 2020.

Maria Braccini is a 23-year-old Italian model. With over 220k followers on Instagram, she is a bit different from other models, as her Instagram page is set to private. Similar to her Instagram profile, her relationship with Sinner has been kept private. Sinner once said, “Whether or not I am with a girl will never be known on social media, because I want to keep my private life private.”

Jannik Sinner’s on-court achievements

Jannik Sinner has won four ITF and ATP Challenger titles. In the 2019 European Open, he tallied three Top-100 wins, including against the Frenchman Gael Monfils and Frances Tiafoe, to make the semifinals and bring his ranking up to No. 101 in the ATP rankings. He also won the 2019 Next-Gen ATP Finals.

The 2019 season saw Sinner break into the top 100 of the ATP rankings and finish the year as the world number 78. He also has an ATP title, winning the Sofia Open. His best Grand Slam performance came at the 2020 French Open in his earlier years, where he reached the quarter-final, defeating Alexander Zverev on the way.

In 2021, he reached the finals of his Masters for the first time in his career. He would also end the year ranked 10 and would be consistent with the rank till the end of 2022. In 2023, he managed to break into the top 10 and even climbed to the top 5. He won the Canadian Open in August which helped him boost his ranking. Now, in 2024, Sinner will play in his first Grand Slam final and fight Daniil Medvedev to rise even higher.

Jannik Sinner: Net worth 2024

The Italian player has earned $17,043,434 in his ATP career. His net worth is currently $12 million as 2024 is in its first month. Sinner, who is improving day by day, is bound to move even higher in his earnings, and his net worth will increase.

Jannik Sinner: Endorsements 2024

The Italian was endorsed by Head – an American-Dutch sports and clothing company for his on-court apparel until May 2019. After that, Sinner established a partnership with the American sponsor – Nike. However, he is still endorsed by the Head for his racquets.

In 2020, Rolex signed Sinner as one of its brand ambassadors, along with Lavazza, Parmigiano Reggiano, Technogym, Alfa Romeo, FastWeb, and Gucci.

Jannik Sinner: Foundation and charity

While Jannik Sinner does not have a charity foundation of his own, he has taken part in a few charitable ventures in his life. He partnered with Intesa Sanpaolo Sports Manifesto, in their “What’s kept you moving” project.

The venture’s purpose was to create awareness among young people about the pandemic’s impact on their mental health, which is still ongoing. Sinner was joined by numerous entertainers, athletes, and businesses in this significant humanitarian endeavor.

In 2021, Sinner took part in the ‘A Day at the Drive’ in Adelaide International, where he was joined by many players. Part of the earnings from ticket sales were contributed to the Australian Tennis Foundation, which helps South Australia’s most impoverished areas.

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