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‘Still Only a Number’- Jannik Sinner Puts Pride Aside in a Humbling Admission After Creating Italian Tennis History in Miami


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The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami experienced high levels of excitement from the fans as they cheered for Jannik Sinner. As the Italian tennis star secured a massive straight-set victory over Grigor Dimitrov, there’s no count of the records that he hit with one single arrow shot at the right target.

Besides becoming the first player after Roger Federer to win both the Australian Open and the Miami Open in the same year, Sinner also stuffed his basket with achievements for his nation. As he continues to make waves in the tennis world with his second Masters 1000 title at the Miami Open, he also became the first Italian to touch the world no.2 ranking.

The 6-3, 6-1 victory over Grigor Dimitrov wasn’t just about the title but also marked a historic moment for Italian tennis. Reflecting on this milestone that he achieved with this win, Sinner humbly remarked, “Yeah, it’s a great honor. In my mind, it’s still only a number because obviously for me, it means a lot. Being number two, it’s an incredible achievement.”


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Sinner’s journey to the top has been nothing short of remarkable, and his consistent performance is a sign that he is here to stay. As the Italian calmly accepts the feats that were just a dream for him once, it is sure that he will be driving more for his nation, family, and mainly for himself.


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Jannik Sinner’s excitement over escalating from a ‘normal family’ to a champion

After finding himself on top of the game with a massive win at the Miami Open, Jannik Sinner took a moment to look back to the point where he started. Emotionally remembering his family during the happy moment, Sinner also explained the ground value.

“Where I come from, I’m from a very normal family,” Sinner said, shedding light on the point of his origin. Continuing his statement, Sinner also mentioned how his family still continues to follow the same old busy schedule. “My dad is still going to work, and my mom also. So, you know, nobody would have expected this for sure,” he added.


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As the young Italian continues his journey with the same consistency and down-to-earth values, it is sure that he will not only keep winning titles but will also keep accepting the love of fans with his arms wide open.

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