Jannik Sinner reveals his Monte Carlo goal and he leaves fans breathless

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The fans of the young Italian were surprised by his expectations for the ATP Masters 1000 tournament

What does Jannik Sinner expect from the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters, the first ATP Masters 1000 of the season on clay courts?

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Historically (at least considering his young career), clay is the surface that the Italian stomachs the least, until now. But the caly-swing this year promises to be very important for Jannik, who could have the chance to become the new ATP No.1 at the end of the Roland Garros.

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“What do I expect at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters? Well, honestly not much. The goal is to do a week of active training, thanks to the matches and then we’ll see what comes out. The focus of my season will be between the Roland Garros and the Olympics, with Wimbledon in the middle. Then I’m Italian and Rome is also a very important tournament for me,” he told.

Clay is certainly the biggest obstacle so far in Jannik’s career, and he has only won one tournament on this surface, the ATP 250 in Umag.
2023 saw Jannik struggling on this surface but many things have changed and this season could turn out to be a completely different story. Sinner is the ruler of 2024 so far, he is very first in the Race and on gravel he can only improve.

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Sinner tray to make peace with clay-courts

In an interview with the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, Jannik revealed his goals while also clarifying what could happen in these hours in Monte Carlo.

“This is the surface where I don’t feel comfortable, but it doesn’t mean I don’t know how to play on it. Adapting to this surface takes time and I’m trying to make friends with clay-courts,” he said.

Among the many topics covered in the interview, Jannik confirmed that he has grown not only tactically but also physically. In fatc, one of Sinner’s secrets is the trainer Umberto Ferrara, a key man in the growth of Italian talent and an important member of the team.

“I have grown in height, the ATP website shows 1.88 while in reality I am 1.92-1.93. I don’t exaggerate with weight training which can be risky and in general to do certain things you have to trust your body. I feel good, I played all of 2023 and now without problems and when I’m tired I recover quicker than in the past,” he explained.

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