Jannik Sinner, Simone Vagnozzi look forward to red clay with confidence

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Jannik Sinner, Simone Vagnozzi look forward to clay

During an interview given to the microphones of "Repubblica", Jannik Sinner’s coach Simone Vagnozzi, among other topics, dwelt on the competitiveness of his assistant on clay, since in a few days there will be the Monte Carlo Masters 1000, which will inaugurate the season on clay.

"Monte Carlo, with the few days we will have to adjust, will be one of the most delicate stages we will have during the year. For Jannik è it is important to play some matches on clay. He will have to approach this tournament calmly, trying to do the best he can, knowing that it will take some time to adapt to the new surface. Then we will have Madrid, Rome and Roland Garros, but I am convinced that Sinner will be very competitive on clay as well. In the end that was the goal we set for ourselves, which was to be able to go all the way in all the tournaments" began the coach of the South Tyrolean.

"It&#39s thanks to the boy. Jannik&#39s simplicity&#39s infectious, he makes people love him and it&#39s a beautiful thing. The fact that a simple boy is seen as a reference point by so è many young boys è something wonderful. They don’t see Sinner as someone unreachable, because the message he sends to these kids è that if you work in the right direction you can achieve your dreams" added Simone Vagnozzi.

The draw for the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 draw will be staged on Friday, April 5. On the strength of his new position at No. 2 in the ATP Ranking, the South Tyrolean will be the top seed and will be paired on the opposite side of the prospectus from world number one Novak Djokovic.

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