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‘Jannik Sinner Will..’- Serena Williams’ Former Coach Delivers Resounding Verdict After Epic Battle in Turin

Published 11/14/2023, 10:55 PM EST

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A Grand Slam prediction involving Jannik Sinner has recently surfaced after his incredible victory in the ATP Finals. With this epic victory against legend Novak Djokovic in a round-robin match, Sinner has entered the big leagues of the Tennis world. Yes! that’s right! he has defeated the 24-time Grand Slam champion in front of his home crowd for the first time making his future stand on the court prominently.

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However, Sinner’s achievement has attracted a remarkable persona of the Tennis world anticipating the future. It is none other than Serena Williams‘ former coach, Rennae Stubbs, who made the ambitious forecast about this 22-year-old Italian tennis player’s future in this sport.

Serena Williams’ ex-coach makes a strong Jannik Sinner Prediction


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The fourth-ranked tennis player made waves with his performance as he defeated the 36-year-old Serbian tennis player in his own way at the ATP Finals. After ending the world’s number-one-ranked tennis player’s 19-match winning streak, the 42-year-old American tennis legend’s former coach took to her Twitter account to share her prediction regarding Sinner’s achievements that are yet to come.

She wrote, “Sinner will win a major next year.” Subsequently, the 22-year-old star has finally joined the big league of Grand Slam achievers for the year 2024, as Stubbs made a strong prediction after his victory against Djokovic shocked everyone.


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After Carlos Alcaraz defeated the 24-time Grand Slam champion in the Wimbledon final, he was unbeatable on the tennis court. But with Sinner’s amazing performance in front of his home crowd, it won’t be wrong to say that young tennis players are ready to take the athletic arena by storm.

Nevertheless, the first time one of Serena Williams’ former coaches drew giant predictions involving the young Italian, amazing gameplay on the tennis court. Before Stubbs, Rick Macci praised the fourth-seeded tennis player for his abilities and issued a bold prediction about the fourth-seeded, positioning him comfortably alongside Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alaraz.

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A few months ago, the legendary American coach gave his assessment of the young Italian prodigy’s gameplay on Twitter. He wrote, “@JannikSinner has clean liquid explosive firepower off both wings and the quality of his consistency to pepper those spicy Italian breadsticks corner to corner will make him one of the real favorites at the U.S. OPEN.”


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Along with that, this prediction came before the US Open, as Macci placed his bet on the young tennis star. Meanwhile, Williams’ childhood coach hailed the 22-year-old as one of his real favorites, alongside the two top-ranked tennis players, Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz. Although Sinner faced defeat in the fourth round of the last major tournament of the year, just after that, he also claimed the China Open title, making his stand in the tennis world quite clear.


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What do you think about Rennae Stubbs’ prediction about the Italian’s tennis future? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Pratishtha Prakash


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Sports have been a part of my life right from my early childhood. I have carried an unquenchable desire to report on the fascinating developments in the off-court lives of the biggest tennis stars. I have written more than 1600 articles and covered a different aspect of the tennis world in almost every article.
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