It seems inevitable that Sinner will eventually reach the number one spot, but after winning his first Grand Slam in his career, the guy from San Candida remained humble, unlike many other tennis players who confidently “attacked” the greatest tennis player of all time and his place on the tennis throne. “Pressure is a privilege. When things are going well, you always want more,” said Sinner, adding that he is currently not thinking about the top spot.
“But I am calm, working to achieve my dreams. My dream has always been to win a Grand Slam, now I know what it feels like and we are working to get back there. Now is the best time to get back on the court and work.
There is a big difference between the top five in the world, the top three, and then the number one. For now, I’m number four. The first goal is to take small steps forward.
Meanwhile, we are getting closer to the number three position,” the Italian said. In the final match, he faced a two-set deficit but managed to turn it around and beat Medvedev.