Roland Garros: Will Sinner Make It To The Tournament? His coach shares a huge update

A new social post would confirm the presence of the young Italian in Paris
Jannik Sinner hasn’t participated in a match since the Mutua Madrid Open’s fourth round. The Italian champion withdrew on the eve of the quarterfinal match of the Spanish ATP Masters 1000 owing to the hip injury he acquired at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. Regarding Roland Garros, his presence appeared to be in doubt as well, but as of late, an Instagram post appears to have given his presence in Paris a fresh direction.

Sinner’s expected attendance at Roland Garros, the upcoming Grand Slam event that takes place in a few days, has been the subject of several rumors in recent days. The tennis player’s recent reputation was not positive, and multiple newspapers said that an Italian was beginning to decline in Paris. Still, there appears to be a clear indication that things are drastically shifting. Sinner’s top coach, Australian Darren Cahill, shared a poignant picture on social media. a picture of a clay court with a racket and balls bearing the Roland Garros name.

Sinner's coach shares a huge update on Jannik's presence at Roland Garros

If Cahill is prepared to travel to Paris, it indicates that Jannik has selected him, which brings Roland Garros closer. Although there isn’t an official declaration, the young Italian’s admirer Sinner is a topic of discussion these days for a variety of reasons, including remarks about his personal life and his ranking, but the problem with his injury still takes precedence.

The declaration confirming Sinner’s attendance at Roland Garros may come in the near future. It would be the first time that Jannik made what would appear to be an impulsive decision rather than a thoughtful one, given that the physicians would have likely recommended the young Italian player not to play in Paris, based on stories originating from Italy.

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