Jannik Sinner, born in San Candido, Italy on August 16, 2001, is a professional tennis player from Italy. He achieved a career-high singles ranking of 9th in the world on November 1, 2021, and a doubles ranking of 124th on September 27, 2021, according to the Association of Tennis Professionals.
Sinner made tennis history by clinching the 2020 Sofia Open, securing the title at a remarkably young age and becoming the youngest ATP title-holder since 2008. His achievements include five ATP singles titles and one doubles title.
In a groundbreaking feat, Sinner became the inaugural teenager to claim victory at the ATP 500, emerging triumphant at the 2021 Citi Open.
During his early years, Jannik explored various sports, including football, skiing, and tennis. His proficiency in skiing was so remarkable that he secured a national championship at the tender age of eight.
Transitioning to the professional tennis circuit in 2018, Sinner is currently under the guidance of coach Simone Vagnozzi.
Jannik Sinner Wife and Children
As of now, Jannik Sinner remains unmarried, with Maria Braccini, a model and social media influencer, serving as his girlfriend.
Their relationship commenced in September 2020 but encountered a brief hiatus in 2021, only to rekindle the following year. Despite their public profiles, the couple consciously avoids sharing images together as they prioritize maintaining the privacy of their personal lives.
Sinner has expressed his stance on privacy, stating, “Whether or not I am with a girl will never be known on social media because I want to keep my private life private. I don’t need to post a photo to show whether I’m engaged. I never posted pictures with my parents, maybe one with my brother.”
Sinner does not have any children at the moment.
Jannik Sinner Parents and Siblings
Jannik Sinner’s Italian parents, despite lacking an athletic background themselves, played pivotal roles in fostering his sporting pursuits. His father, Hanspeter Sinner, serves as a chef at a restaurant within an Italian ski lodge, where his mother, Siglinde Sinner, also worked as a waitress.
Although initially not involved in sports, Sinner’s parents encouraged him to explore various athletic activities during his youth. Notably, it was his father who persuaded him to return to tennis after a brief hiatus from the sport.
Recognizing his son’s potential, Sinner’s father was convinced of his talent and actively supported his development in tennis, emphasizing the importance of honing his skills for a promising future in the sport. Sinner has a brother called Marc Sinner.
Jannik Sinner Nationality and Ethnicity
Sinner is an Italian and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
Where Does Jannik Sinner Live?
His current residence is in Monte Carlo, Monaco.