Janik Sinnerthe number 10 seeds in the Italian Open 2022She stormed into the quarter-finals in front of her home crowd. Sinner knocked down the Serb, Filip Krajinovic 6-2, 7-6(6). Sinner also beat his compatriot Fabio Fognini on the way to the quarterfinals. He has made four quarterfinal appearances in 2022 and this will be his fifth. He’s lost all those quarters and would try to break the quarters curse if he clashes with the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Sinner competed against Tsitsipas Australian Open quarterfinals and lost to him in straight sets and he wants to avenge his loss to Tsitsipas. Sinner is being hailed as one of the bright young talents who has the ability to win Grand Slams and he would love to use some of his famous ability if he wants to hold his own against Tsitsipas.
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A redemption for Janik Sinner?
Playing his first quarterfinals at the Italian Open, Janik Süner was able to improve his game with the support of the Italian fans. It would be a really tough match for the young Italian as Tsitsipas is one of the best players on clay and is incredibly ruthless. Sinner will have no room for error if he wants to do his best in his homeland. Tsitsipas has survived some scary situations in Rome and it would be a tough match for Janik. Stefanos should also be wary of Sinner as it might not be a ‘big’ surprise if Sinner prevails, so he too would have to curtail the kindness he showed in the game against him Grigor Dimitrov.
An interesting fight with two young stars struggling to advance in Rome and while Sinner gets a chance to exact revenge for the Australian Open defeat, Tsitsipas would love to make it a double whammy for the Italian.
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https://firstsportz.com/tennis-news-janik-sinner-enters-his-fifth-quarterfinal-of-the-year-in-rome-amidst-the-support-from-the-home-crowd/ Janik Sinner is going into his fifth quarter-finals of the year in Rome in front of a home crowd