November 27, 2023
Jannik Sinner showed extraordinary character to steer Italy to their first Davis Cup triumph for forty-seven years.
When you take into account Sinner’s disappointing defeat by Novak Djokovic in the showpiece at the ATP Finals, his resilience for his country was nothing short of remarkable.
Most people expected Novak to lead Serbia to the Davis Cup title and complete a remarkable year for the world number one.
It seemed Djokovic had enjoyed the last laugh after reversing a group-stage defeat to Sinner at the year-end finals.
But Sinner stole that last laugh back as he turned the tables once more and inspired Italy to a place in the Davis Cup final. And that’s where Jannik sealed the deal in emphatic style.
Jannik Sinner now joins Carlos Alcaraz as a genuine threat to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon 2024.
The new generation has broken through big-time.
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Whatever happens, Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz look set to thrill Wimbledon for many years to come.
Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz will build on early signs of greatness when they face the superstars at Wimbledon 2024.
There can be no doubting Sinner’s mental strength after his recent exploits.
His first victory over Djokovic came at the ATP World Tour Finals.
And now a second win against the greatest player the world has ever seen,. Sinner even saved three match points..
That bouce-back-ability sent Italy through to the finals against Australia. Matteo Arnaldi’s three-set win over Alexei Popyrin set up the perfect platform for Jannik.
And Sinner was never going to be denied after leading the Italians this far. He crushed the unfortunate Alex de Minaur 6-3, 6-0 to clinch the title for his country with some lights-out tennis.
And that sparked understandable scenes of wild celebration from his compatriots.
Remembering his epic against Djokovic, when he was 4-5 and 0-40 down but hit back to win 6-2, 2-6, 7-5, Jannik reflected on all the drama.
He said: ‘Went from one point away from being out to this celebration. I think we can all be very, very happy. It’s an incredible feeling.’
Jannik Sinner must now believe he could be celebrating again at the end of Wimbledon 2024.
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