Jannik Sinner is a professional tennis player from Italy. ATP placed him as high as world No. 6 in singles on 14 August 2023, and world No. 124 in doubles on 27 September 2021. Sinner has won eight ATP Tour singles championships and one doubles win, including a Masters 1000 victory at the 2023 Canadian Open.
Sinner’s surge into the top 50 continued in 2020, with his first top 10 wins, a French Open quarterfinal (being the youngest quarterfinalist in men’s singles since Novak Djokovic in 2006), and his first ATP championship at the 2020 Sofia Open.
He made a fantastic start to 2021, winning his second ATP championship in a row and finishing second in the Masters 1000 at the Miami Open. He became the first player born in the 2000s to join the ATP top 10 on November 1, 2021.
By winning the 2021 Citi Open, he became the first teenage ATP 500 champion since the category was introduced 2009. Sinner captured his first Masters 1000 victory in 2023 at the Canadian Open in Toronto.
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But we don’t have to give much on Jannik’s tennis career; we are concerned about his only record in the Australian Open.
When is Jannik Sinner’s Next Match in Australian Open?
Australian Open draws are yet to be announced so it will be before time to announce his tentative Australian Open 2024 Rival. The information will be updated here as soon as it is updated on the official AO website.
Will Jannik Sinner Play in Australian Open 2024, Injury Status Updated
Jannik Sinner has no record or history of injuries in his career. He suffered an adductor muscle injury when the Italian player retired from his match against Alexander Bublik in the Halle Open quarterfinals in June 2023.
He has fully recovered and has participated in the later Grand Slams that year. Now he is fully fit and will surely participate in the Australian Open if he makes the main draw.
Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open Record Over the Years
Jannik Sinner is an emerging star and has been improving day by day. In 2023 he has one ATP 1000 title (Canadian Open 2023) to his name, where he beat Alex de Minaur on hard court.
In the Grand Slam, his best performance is in the Wimbledon Open (not hard surface), where he finished Semi-Finalist in 2023.
In the Australian Open, the record is seriously not very impressive. From 2019, he appeared in 5 AO events, finishing best as the quarterfinalist in 2022. His total win percentage is 67% in the Grand Slam opener.
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Who can beat Jannik Sinner in 2024 Australian Open
Jannik Sinner is not a hard-to-go competitor but has some famous rivalries with Alex de Minaur, Daniil Medvedev and Hubert Hurkacz.
How many times has Jannik Sinner been a finalist at the Australian Open?
He has never been the finalist at the Australian Open; however, his best performance is AO was in 2022 where he finished in Quarter Finals round.
How does Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open record compare to his performances at other Grand Slam tournaments?
Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open record is not so strong in the Australian Open compared to the rest of the Grand Slams. He reached semifinalist of Wimbledon in 2023, the Quarter Finals of Wimbledon and US Open in 2022. He finished best in the French Open in 2020 and became a quarterfinalist. In the AO he reached the QF only once in 2022.
Who are some of Jannik Sinner’s notable rivals at the Australian Open?
- 1 When is Jannik Sinner’s Next Match in Australian Open?
- 2 Will Jannik Sinner Play in Australian Open 2024, Injury Status Updated
- 3 Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open Record Over the Years
- 4 Who can beat Jannik Sinner in 2024 Australian Open
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