ATP ace reflects on Novak Djokovic's status

The ATP ace reflects the status of Novak Djokovic

Jannik Sinner is having a big moment, perhaps the best in 2022. After a year marred by injuries, the young Italian talent arrived at Wimbledon without complexes and reached the round of 16 of the tournament. He now faces a big challenge against Alcaraz and there are high expectations for Sunday’s match.

In the meantime, the Italian tennis player gave an interesting interview with journalists in the corner of Lavazza and spoke to former Italian tennis player Paolo Lorenzi on the Sky microphones. It was a nice duet between the two tennis players and Sinner made his “ideal” tennis player look like grass on the surface, building hit after hit into a perfect being.

From the big three to Sampras, great numbers for the young Italian, who joked a lot with the former tennis player. Sinner in a good mood talked about his ideal tennis player: there was no doubt about the best serve, Jannik was chosen by the American John Isner, his last opponent at Wimbledon.

For the best forehand, Sinner chose Roger Federer, again showing his great admiration for the Swiss player, while for the backhand he chose Novak Djokovic, specifying: “I also like Wawrinka’s backhand, but Nole’s is more effective on grass.

For net play, Jannik thought a lot and finally decided on a legend of the caliber of Pete Sampras. Mental strength, no doubt for Sinner, who chose Rafa Nadal instead. In short, a real “perfect being”

Top seed and 20-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic continues to advance at Wimbledon 2022.

Djokovic is the clear favorite

“It was a dream for me before the tournament to play against him. The fact that now I can have that opportunity, even that we can play on Center Court or Court 1 at Wimbledon is something as beautiful as it is magical, ” he said. ” said Tim van Rijthoven.

“I’m a player who goes into every match knowing I can win, I’ll do that against Novak Djokovic if we finally meet, I’ll go into that match confident I can win the match.” The Dutchman called Basilashvili an “unpredictable player” with runs of really good form.

“Today’s match was not like any other match, I had an unpredictable player in front of me, a player with streaks. Sometimes he can play very well, but there are times when he can make too many unforced errors,” quoted Tim van Rijthoven.

“For me, it was just about keeping the ball in play and making him play a lot of shots, basically giving him a chance to miss.

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