The young Italian is the best player in the world under the age of 20.
Italian the future superstar of tennis Jannik Sinner took a hard win in the Rome master tournament at Foro Italico. Sinner defeated Greece in the second round Stefanos Tsitsipasin 6-1, 6-7, 6-2.
Casually and hard-hitting, Sinner, 19, advanced to victory in the third round. Rome will be played without an audience like last week at the US Open in New York.
“At the beginning of was a great feeling and I knew the match would be his first on the mass fields, ”Sinner said in a Eurosport field interview.
The duo knew each other from last year, when Sinner lost to Tsitsipas in the same tournament with numbers 3-6, 2-6.
“He’s a very experienced player and I was just trying to move better than in my first round match.”
Another in the batch cut game, Sinner made a double mistake and the batch slipped for the Greek.
“Then I just decided to calm down,” Sinner said and well seemed to be working.
Sinnerille the win was significant when it was his first scalp from a player on the ATP list among the top ten. Prior to this, Sinner had won a pair of plays in the top 20.
Tennis experts are weaving a very great professional career for Sinner. He is currently the best player in the world under the age of 20 with an ATP ranking of 81.
Finn Emil Ruusuvuori, 21, won Sinner early in the year in Australia.
Roman the master tournament will serve as a warm-up to the french open championship tournament, which kicks off in paris next monday.