Jannik Sinner talks about his feelings before playing the Davis Cup

After losing to world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the ATP Finals, Jannik Sinner stated he was prepared to move on from the final and focus on the upcoming Davis Cup Finals.

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Jannik Sinner said that he was ready to put the match behind him and concentrate on the approaching Davis Cup Finals after losing to world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the ATP Finals. Sinner confirmed that he is ready to play at his peak despite acknowledging the physical and mental fatigue that comes with the end-of-season matches.

Sinner and his teammates are determined to win and create history for Italy as they prepare for the Davis Cup challenge. There will be an exciting and intensely competitive tournament ahead due to the team’s depth and dedication to giving it their all.

Sinner expressed his feelings in a recent interview and said: “At the end of the season, every player is a bit tired, physically and mentally. It has been a long season for all of us. Every week presents new challenges. I feel physically ready to give my 100% in the Davis Cup.”

He further added: “This week holds immense importance for us. What happened last week doesn’t matter here. It’s a fresh start in a team event, and I’m thrilled to join the Italian team. We have a strong team and multiple options for the field. We’ll give our best and see the outcome.”


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Jannik Sinner in 2023

Jannik Sinner

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22 year old
2024 Highlights

Now ranked no.4 (career-high), the Italian played his last match on the 19th of November when he surrendered to world no.1 Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-3 in the final in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw).

During this season Jannik achieved a composed 61-15 record. Sinner clinched 4 titles in 2023 in Montpellier, Toronto, Beijing and Vienna. Sinner reached the final in Rotterdam, Miami and the Nitto ATP Finals.

the Nitto ATP Finals
Sinner's Record