Coach Darren Cahill reveals the biggest goal of Jannik Sinner for the 2024 season with the Italian already marking his calendar red
Darren Cahill praises Jannik Sinner for his improvement in the game.
Darren Cahill and Jannik Sinner (Via Last Word on Sports, Illawarra Mercury)
Daren Cahill, an Australian former tennis player and Jannik Sinner’s coach, recently revealed that Sinner’s top priority for 2024 is the Paris Olympics. The World No. 4 has always been a team player who never misses an opportunity to shine for his country.
His coach backed him up on this and revealed that they have already marked the dates to prioritize the Olympics.
When he got injured last year in Paris‐Bercy and couldn't play in the Davis Cup, I realized how much he cared about his country because he was really devastated. I would say that for next season, his top priority is none other than the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. It is an event that we have already marked in red on our calendar because Jannik loves representing Italy.Sinner’s coach said to an Italian newspaper Corriere Dello Sport
Sinner’s love for his country inspired him to play his best tennis in the Davis Cup and see his team win its first title since 1976. He was unable to play in the tournament last year due to an injury but returned to beat Novak Djokovic twice to throw Serbia out of the tournament and eventually beat Australia to win the title.
Dareen Cahill compares Jannik Sinner to Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander. Praises the youngster for his maturity
Young Italian sensation Jannik Sinner was recently praised by his coach, Darren Cahill. With the kind of Sinner that has been in the last few tournaments, the Italian has gotten nothing but praise.
The 22-year-old has been able to adapt to the environment and deal with the on-court pressure like he has been doing forever. The coach praises him, comparing him with the likes of Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander.
His greatest virtue is his ability to adapt to all types of situations and he is a very mature boy for his age, in that sense he reminds me a little of how Borg and Wilander managed the pressure.Cahill said praising his player.
The passion of the young Italian has driven him up the ranks, and he will only rise higher in the years to come. The whole tennis world, including his coach, recognizes the fire in the Italian and how he can show the love and passion he has for the game on the court.
After ending the year with a bang, the World No. 4 will now prepare for the next season, which promises to be huge with the kind of players returning.
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