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Tennis: Sinner “If I don’t work I feel bad, my goal is to improve myself”

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Tennis: Sinner “If I don’t work I feel bad, my goal is to improve myself”

World number 3 in Indian Wells, the South Tyrolean could overtake Alcaraz INDIAN WELLS (USA) (ITALPRESS) – Obviously he is among the most anticipated. The pressure is there when you are number 3 in the world and have the possibility of becoming second in the ranking, but Jannik Sinner bears it without particular stress, remaining focused on his real goal. A few hours after his debut at the BNP Paribas Open, the first Masters 1000 of the season in Indian Wells (he will face Thanasi Kokkinakis on Friday), the possibility of overtaking Alcaraz and moving into second position in the ATP ranking (no Italian has ever managed this), for him it is just a further motivation: “Something – he explains in the press conference – which pushes me even more, but my goal remains to become a better player week after week.

Regardless of the results, I work for this and I hope to give 100% in every aspect.” He has now become an idol, but he lives this condition with the usual simplicity. “I use social media very little, in Italy they are never there, but I feel however the affection of the fans. But the most important thing remains work: I am obsessed with work, if I don’t work I feel bad” he said during the ATP press conference reported by Supertennis. The triumph in Melbourne was undoubtedly a special moment, but afterwards, he added “we need to start again. You wake up and start working again. Maybe I have a little different point of view on how to celebrate certain things. Naturally we had fun for a day, then we returned home”. Not only Sinner, Italian tennis, as underlined by the federal president, Angelo Binaghi, is experiencing “the best moment in its history” and Sinner has his say on how this was born golden period. “It started years ago, with Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta. Then with Fabio Fognini who won a Masters 1000 in Monte-Carlo and Matteo Berrettini who reached the final at Wimbledon. We have so many great players and for me it’s nice to be part of this group where everyone tries to push others, to offer different points of view on certain aspects of the game. I am convinced that I still have a lot to learn and this is the most fun part. With my team we are quite open to the idea of ​​working during tournaments too. We worked a lot from a physical point of view and on the pitch to add more variations. I have to prepare to face players who now know me better. It will be a great challenge”. – photo Ipa Agency – (ITALPRESS). ari/com 07-Mar-24 09:49 .

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