Darren Cahill: “Jannik Sinner can win the US Open 2022”

Jannik Sinner is very determined to face a delicate second part of the year on hard-courts, a fast surface on which he has won his current 4 ATP titles. Before starting the American Tour in effect, the blue has exposed himself more than usual in recent interviews and concretely dreams of a success that could turn 2022 and his career.

To relaunch the messages of the Italian tennis player we thought the Australian super coach Darren Cahill, who revealed some interesting details and considerations. The coach went back for a moment and remarked why he agreed to follow the Italian:

“He is a very good boy, as well as a great player. I like working with people like that. I’m not interested in the ranking but the person and the potential I see. Jannik is among those who can win the Grand Slams.

And I mean now, not a year from now. Us Open? He moves well on the concrete and the game of him is powerful enough for that type of surface. His serve is improving, as is the transition to the net and the game on the fly.”

Darren Cahill: “Jannik Sinner can win the US Open 2022”

Cahill then added: “He has made great progress in the last two years, first with Riccardo Piatti and then with Simone Vagnozzi. He has to think ahead, knowing the kind of tennis he wants to play in two years and going out of his way to get there. The second service is very important because if you can make it varied it also helps you with the first, it makes you feel more free.

The tennis proverb says: You are as strong as your second serve is. He reminds me of Lleyton Hewitt for his work ethic, passion and professionalism. As a tennis player he is different but he has the same fire inside. “

There is no lack of ambition and is definitely aiming high. The certainty is that in the United States the Italian and his staff want to take another step forward from the point of view of growth, looking for at least one exploit in the two Masters 1000 or precisely at the US Open, the last Grand Slam tournament of the season.