After Jannik Sinner yesterday became the new number 1 in the world and reached the first semifinal of his career in the Paris slam beating Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, another outstanding day for the Italian colors on French soil. As many as four “heroes” today, but over all prominent protagonist Jasmine Paolini. The 28-year-old from Castelnuovo Garf...

Jannik Sinner is set to climb to No. 1 in the PIF ATP Rankings on 10 June. The 22-year-old will become the first Italian and just the 29th player overall to top men’s tennis. Sinner began the year at World No. 4. But with a massive surge to begin 2024, highlighted by his first major title at the Australian Open, an ATP Masters 1000 title in Miami a...

Italy is, of course, the birthplace of the Renaissance – the remarkable rebirth of European culture, thought, and creativity in the late Middle Ages. Now, more than half a millennium later, it may also be home to a less historic but still significant sporting movement, namely the Tennaissance – the remarkable rise of Italian tennis, especially on t...

Rome is preparing for the Internazionali BNL d'Italia tennis tournament, also known as the Italian Open, by setting up a red clay court in the central Piazza del Popolo. The court will host the men's and women's pre-qualification matches until 4 May, in collaboration between the city and Federtennis, ahead of the 81st edition of the prestigious ten...

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Jannik Sinner is the king of South Florida today, as Mark Petchey said on Tennis Channel after the Miami Open final, and tomorrow he will rule the world. It certainly seems as though Sinner will soon become the world’s No. 1 player and his destructive run to the singles title at the Miami Open moved the Italian to the No. 2 ranking for the first ti...

Jannik Sinner powdered potent forehands, issued seven aces and broke Daniil Medvedev's serve four times in a dominant 2024 Miami Open men's singles semifinal victory Friday in Miami Gardens, Fla. The Italian needed just 71 minutes and two sets to dispatch his Russian foe in a rematch of last year's Miami Open final, which Medvedev won in straight s...

The Azzurri landed in Miami on Tuesday afternoon, around 18:00 local time. The trip was made within comfortable surroundings of the Business and Premium classes, while watching films, having long chats, taking photos with other passengers on board and the obvious quality of traditional Italian meals. After a slight delay for the scheduled arrival t...

Jasmine Paolini earned her biggest title by defeating Anna Kalinskaya 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 in the Dubai Championships final on Saturday. Paolini fought back from a break down in the second and third sets en route to the second WTA singles title of her nine-year tour-level career. The 26th-ranked Paolini and 40th-ranked Kalinskaya defied a field that start...

Number three today. Number two in the spring, number one in the fall. Few thought last February 2023 that Jannik Sinner could overtake Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic in the rankings within twelve months. On Monday, February 20, 2023, Alcaraz was still number two in the world, with 6480 points, not too far behind Djokovic (at 7070), but Sinner wa...