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Jannik Sinner Age:biography and wiki

Tennis player Jannik Sinner, an Italian, was born on August 16, 2001. Learn about Jannik Sinner’s height, age, physical characteristics, dating and relationship history, family, and professional updates. Find Out How Much Money He Has This Year and How Much He Spends? Discover how, at the age of 22, he made the majority of his net worth as well.

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Age22 years old
Prize moneyUS$832,915
Zodiac SignLeo
Born16 August, 2001
Birthday16 August
BirthplaceInnichen, Italy

We advise you to look through the whole list of famous people who were born on August 16. He belongs to the group of well-known players who are 22 years old. He is among the wealthiest players to have been born in.

Jannik Sinner Height, Weight & Measurements

Jannik Sinner is 22 years old and 1.93 meters tall.

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Dating & Relationship status

As of right now, he is unmarried. He’s not in a relationship. Regarding His prior relationships and engagements, we don’t know a lot. Our database indicates that he is childless.




He won three matches at the US Open qualifying competition later that month to earn a spot in his maiden Grand Slam. With his wild card into the European Open in October, he made history as the youngest male tennis player to reach an ATP tournament quarterfinal in the previous five years. He defeated top-seeded Gael Monfils on route, winning his first match against a player ranked in the top 50. He was given another wild card into the Vienna Open later that month. He entered the top 100 for the first time in his career after winning his first match. The 2019 #NextGenATP Finals field was revealed the same week, with Jannik serving as the Italian wild card for the Milan tournament. Upon

On November 9, 2019, he defeated Alex de Minaur 4-2, 4-1, 4-2, to become the third and youngest NextGen winner.

Jannik Sinner is an Italian tennis player who was born on August 16, 2001. In February 2020, Sinner reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 68 in the world.

In February, Sinner triumphed in his first ATP Challenger singles tournament in Bergamo. He was the first individual born in 2001 to make it to a Challenger final by doing this. He won multiple ITF Futures titles in Italy as a result. He won his first match at the ATP level against Mate Valkusz in April after earning a spot in his maiden ATP competition, the Hungarian Open. He advanced to his second career ATP Challenger final in Ostrava the following week, although he ultimately lost. to Majchrzak Kamil. He defeated American Steve Johnson in the Italian Open in Rome in May to record his maiden ATP Masters triumph. He won his second ATP Challenger singles title in Lexington at the beginning of August.

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