So much, perhaps too much pressure on Jannik Sinner

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Too much pressure on Jannik Sinner

It’ s true that è the world No. 1, but è s also true that the competition è fierce and equipped. The defeat suffered by Jannik Sinner to Daniil Medvedev in the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon tournament is sparking a series of comments on social media.

More than one fan of the South Tyrolean outfielder claims that a lot of pressure, perhaps too much, has been placed on the boy, despite the fact that we are talking about a champion who has in mental solidity one of his many strengths.

Sinner tried in every possible way, but in the end Daniil Medvedev prevailed and eliminated the Italian from Wimbledon. Decisive è was the malaise experienced by Sinner in the third set, when he complained of severe dizziness and è was forced into a 12-minute medical break. Back on court, Sinner tried to resume the match, even managing to win the fourth set, but in the fifth he è had to surrender to his opponent.

The match between Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev set a historic record at Wimbledon: è it was the 36th match at the 2024 Championships to end in the fifth set. In a Grand Slam tournament, in the Open Era, there had never been so many matches ended in the fifth set.

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