Sinner Unveils Severity Of Worrying Injury Concerns At ATP Finals

Sinner Unveils Severity Of Worrying Injury Concerns At ATP Finals

by Sebastian Dahlman

Jannik Sinner felt something in his lower back during his match against Holger Rune at the 2023 ATP Finals, but he reassured everyone after the match that he was fine.

Jannik Sinner finished off the group stage of the ATP Finals last night with a really solid win over Holger Rune. It wasn't a match he needed to win, but he did it anyway, earning himself more points and prize money while also ensuring that Novak Djokovic would play in the semi-finals as well.

It was a fair match from Sinner, who played really well for much of it but felt something in the second set. It didn't seem like an injury because he continued to play the match, but something did happen.

He spoke about it after the match, confirming that he felt something in his back, but ultimately it's nothing major, and he's good to go.

Yeah, was in the second set a little bit, but it went away. That one motion I made, I felt a little, little click. It went away. It's all good with my body. It was important for me to reset after this good win against Novak, starting from zero again, being ready for a tough fight against Holger. I never won against him.

It's nice that I won at least once against him. He's an incredible player, serving really good. I started off really well. From the second set he served better. It was obviously much, much tougher to break him. I think it was a good win, positive win. Let's see what's coming on Saturday.

He'll have some time to recover before tackling the next match, and it's great for the event to have him playing so well. He's been amazing so far and he's keeping the stands packed which is great for the event. Let's see how far he can go.


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