“His work ethic, passion and professionalism remind me of Lleyton Hewitt”, coach Darren Cahill that Jannik Sinner has the potential to become a future Grand Slam champion

Darren Cahill, Jannik Sinner and Lleyton Hewitt
Darren Cahill, Jannik Sinner and Lleyton Hewitt

Jannik sinner won his first ATP title of the year at the Croatia open to defeat in Umag Carlo Alcaraz in three sentences in a grueling two hours. He was behind in the first set but bounced back brilliantly with amazing baseline changes, winning the next two sets and eventually winning his title. This was Sinner’s second win against the Spaniard as he had beaten Alcaraz in a four-set match in the fourth round match at Wimbledon 2022.

Sinner has been a consistent performer this season, reaching six tour-level quarterfinals in 2022 ahead of the ATP250 clay-court event. He reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open 2022his second in his career but lost to Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sentences. He was the fifth Italian player to reach the quarterfinals in Melbourne.

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“Jannik Sinner’s game has improved over the years” Darren Cahill

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Darren Cahill and Jannik Sinner

Coach by Jannik Sinner Darren Cahill, spoke highly of the Italian player in a recent interview, speaking about the improvements he has noticed since their union before the start of Wimbledon. Cahill also has great players like coached Andre Agassi and Lleyton Hewitt. Cahill is proud of Sinner, even comparing him to former player Hewitt. He is a significant player in tennis history as he has 80 match wins and became the youngest man to finish a year ranked number one. He won his first Grand Slam title at the 2001 US Open when he defeated the legendary Peter Sampras.

He said “Jannik has added a lot to his game, especially in his forward game and when he comes on the net. He has made great strides in the last two years, first with Ricardo Piatti and then with Simone Vagnozzi. He has to anticipate, understand what kind of tennis he wants to play in two years and do everything to move in that direction. Jannik reminds me of Lleyton Hewitt. His attitude towards work, his passion, his professionalism.

He added that the way he’s playing at the moment won’t go far if we see the Italian as a champion in the years to come if he continues like this as he has the potential to win. He added “Technically, he’s a completely different tennis player, but the same flame burns within him. He’s one of those players capable of winning Grand Slam tournaments even now and not necessarily in a few years. Is that possible at the US Open 2022? He moves well on hard and his game has enough power.

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