What Jannik Sinner told coach Darren Cahill after losing the Champions League final


Marc Czentye

The date of publishing: Monday 20 November 2023, 08:03

Update date: Monday 20 November 2023, 08:09

Jannik Sinner (22 years old, 4 ATP) accepted the defeat suffered in the final with a smile on his face Tournament of Championsin front of the Serb Novak Djokovic14 years more experienced.

“Nole” prevailed with 6-3, 6-3 at the expense of the Italian coached by the Australian Darren Cahill and was cataloged by his opponent as “a source of inspiration” for all tennis players.

Jannik Sinner, Team Message: “Thank you for helping me change so much.”

“What can I say? Congratulations Nole on this seventh title. Three Grand Slams this tournament season… You are an inspiration not only to the spectators but also to all the players.

I would like to thank my team. I played a lot of matches in these two, three months. We’ve improved throughout the season, we’ve had the opportunity to play against the best in the world, especially this week. We saw the things we can work on, but I think we have to keep all the positives from this year.

I am a different player compared to the beginning of the season. Thank you for helping me change so much. Thanks to the Federation, I didn’t expect to play here in Turin,” said Jannik Sinner, according to Punto de break, in the finalist’s speech at the awards ceremony held after the final.

Sinner ends the 2023 season with four new ATP titles, won in Montpellier, Beijing, Vienna and Toronto. In Canada, the Italian won the first ATP Masters 1000 caliber title of his career.

“8 months before, the medal was already won” Horia Tecău reveals the great secret of the silver won with Mergea, in Rio

The article is in Romanian

Tags: Jannik Sinner told coach Darren Cahill losing Champions League final


PREV Apple publicly denies an internet rumor
NEXT Israeli troops took control of a Hamas outpost in the heart of Gaza City, where the IDF found launchers and rockets