‘Goosebumps’- Despite Falling Short at the Final Hurdle in Turin, Jannik Sinner Looks Back on a ‘Special Week’

Published 11/21/2023, 1:18 AM EST

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The ATP season has concluded after the ATP Finals saw a fantastic clash. Novak Djokovic faced Jannik Sinner and emerged triumphant to attain revenge after his loss in the round-robin bouts. Despite his defeat, Sinner was not despondent and talked about his experience at the tournament. He especially focused on the electric crowd that cheered him on, an experience that he never-ever imagined.

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Although he may have lost in the final bout against the Serbinator, Sinner had a fantastic run in the ATP Finals. His perfect run helped him create a record that no player has managed to achieve after Roger Federer in 2003.

Jannik Sinner is grateful for the unimaginable support from the Italian public

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The Carota Boys and every Italian tennis fan had a ball of a time as they saw their favorite tennis star mow down players to reach the final in Turin. However, he couldn’t defeat Djokovic once again and lift the trophy. He lost against the Serb in straight sets but left the tournament smiling. He later shared his thoughts about the week on his ‘X’ profile. 

Sinner said, “Where to start… What a special week! Playing at home in front of the Italian public is an incredible emotion that cannot be described with words. I could never have imagined such an atmosphere that would give me goosebumps.”

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The Italian youngster was thankful for each fan who showed up to support him in his matches. He triumphed over the best of the best but could not grasp victory in the final. However, this will be a run he will remember for a long time, especially since he equaled the record of Federer.

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Sinner catches up to the Swiss Maestro in ATP Finals feat

The 22-year-old ATP gun managed to reach the final in Turin by defeating the best players of the ATP. He did not lose a single bout in the round-robin stages, which helped him qualify for the semifinal easily. A quick victory over Daniil Medvedev also helped him go further. The semifinal win helped him equal the record of a 22-year-old Roger Federer.

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Both players were younger than 23 when they reached the final of the year-end ATP tournament. Federer achieved the feat in 2003, and Sinner is the first one to recreate it since then. The Italian wonder boy has managed to go beyond expectations this year. Can he continue the momentum for the 2024 season?

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