Jannik Sinner will quickly become the World No. 1 claims the Italian Tennis Federation’s president, predicts greater success for his nation citing the example of the depleted Davis Cup team
Jannik Sinner to become the next big thing and a strong addition to the Italian team, believes President of the Italian Tennis Federation, Angelo Binaghi.
Angelo Banaghi and Jannik Sinner (Via Open Sources)
Jannik Sinner, the Italian youngster, has been one of the most promising players in the latter half of the season. After a decent season, he started peaking towards the end and was rightfully praised by the President of the Italian Tennis Federation, Angelo Binaghi.
The President expressed his praise and optimism towards the young Italians who made his country proud by leading them to a historic Davis Cup win in 1976.
He believes that Sinner has the potential to become the next World No. 1 in quick succession and possibly be the next big thing. The President also points out that Sinner led the Italian team to a Davis Cup win without the likes of Berrettini and other up-and-coming names in Italian tennis.
Sinner has the qualities to quickly become world number one, but let's not forget that we won the Davis Cup without Berrettini, after a season where Musetti and Sonego did not reach their peak performances of the previous year and where Arnaldi was practically a beginner on the circuit. This means that we still have enormous potential to exploit.said Binaghi via Gazzetta.
With other big names from the Italian locker room, the team is packed with firecrackers of names who are eager for an opportunity to shine for their country and make their team one of the strongest on paper right now.
With the Olympics in view, the president is very optimistic about the team and believes that their team has a lot of power to exploit.
Jannik Sinner was named one of the players of the future ‘Big Three’
Throughout the history of tennis, the term ‘big three’ has always been associated with Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal, but with a generational shift, the term is now being associated with new players.
All three of them have marked their presence in the sport and have risen to the ranks to replace the legends of the sport. They were given this title by Eurosports, and since then, the fans have fired shots and commented back at the company.
While the youngsters are doing well, all of them are yet to show their full potential and shock the world. With two of the big three playing next year, fans will hope to witness a clash between the generations, which is sure to break the internet.
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