Jannik Sinner trains with a homegrown favorite in Toronto
Jannik Sinner: training with a homegrown favorite in Toronto
With Wimbledon out of the way, and without having played any tournaments on European clay, nor on the concrete in Washington or Los Cabos ( the two tournaments underway this week), Jannik Sinner is ready to return to the court in the next Masters 1000 of the season, scheduled from Monday, August 7, in Toronto.
The Italian, who landed in Canada in the past few hours, did not want to waste any time and immediately set to work ahead of his debut in the National Bank Open. In fact, Sinner chose to hold a training session on one of the courts at Sobeys Stadium with one of the home favorites: Milos Raonic, who recently returned to the ATP circuit due to an injury that kept him away from the courts for a long period of time.
‘MatchPoint Canada’ released a short video on Twitter depicting the Alto Adige tennis player dribbling with the Canadian under the watchful eyes of coach Simone Vagnozzi and supercoach Darren Cahill.
Sinner will be the No. 8 seed in the Canadian tournament and has confirmed his presence in the official draw ceremony for the draw of the draw, scheduled for Friday at 4 p.m.