Jannik Sinner is a professional tennis player from Italy. He has won 9 career singles titles as of the end of the 2023 tennis season. In 2023, he made it to the semifinals of the Wimbledon Championship.
Jannik Sinner was born on August 16, 2001, in Innichen, Italy. He currently resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco. He stands 188 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 76 kg by the ATP. Sinner is right-handed and he has a two-handed backhand.
He is coached by Simone Vagnozzi and Darren Cahill. Since he turned pro, he has earned around US$11 Million in prize money.
Sinner started playing tennis at three years old. In his younger years, he also skied and was a promising junior skier.
He played his junior career on the ITF Junior Circuit. In 2019, he won his first ATP Challenger Title. In the same year, he made his Grand Slam main draw debut when he was in the opening round of the US Open.
He made news the following year when he made it to the quarterfinals of the French Open. In the same year, he also made it to the third round of the Italian Open. In 2021, he was in the fourth round of the French Open and the US Open. That year, he was also in the finals of the Miami Open.
In 2022, he was in six quarterfinals, three in the Grand Slams, and three more in the Masters. 2023 proved to be one of the best seasons of his career as he made it to the semifinals of the Wimbledon Championship – his best finish in a Grand Slam to date.
That year, he was also in the finals of the Miami Open and he won the Canadian Open – his first Masters win.
Career Titles: 9
- Highest Singles Ranking: 4 (October 2, 2023)
- Current Singles Ranking: 4 (October 2, 2023)
Best Grand Slam Singles Performances
- Australian Open - QF (2022)
- French Open - QF (2020)
- Wimbledon - SF (2023)
- US Open - QF (2022)
Career Titles: 1
- Highest Doubles Ranking: 124 (September 27, 2021)
- Current Doubles Ranking: 504 (October 2, 2023)
What is Jannik Sinner’s highest ranking?
As a singles player, he reached a career-high singles ranking of number 4 in October 2023.
What year did Sinner win his first Masters 1000 event?
In 2023. He won the 2023 Canadian Open men’s singles title, beating Alex de Minaur.
When did Jannik Sinner turn pro?
In 2018. Jannik Sinner turned pro in 2018. He made his first Grand Slam main draw appearance a year later in 2019.