Sinner enjoys the triumph and charges Garbin in his fight against cancer: “We in history? Yes but Tathiana plays the most important match”


By John

Jannik Sinner, after an exceptional season, aims to become world number 1. In his first words after the victory, he praises Australia and its fans. But what is most striking are the words used in the press conference and dedicated the victory to Tathiana Garbin, captain of the women’s national team who is fighting cancer. “We made history here by winning the Davis Cup, but our Tathiana is fighting a much more important match.” The captain of the men’s national team Filippo Volandri also echoed this.

Sinner reveals himself to be wise, mature and a true champion, highlighting that, despite the importance of competitions, what matters in life goes beyond sporting success.