Sinner fights like a lion, but surrenders to Alcaraz. The Spaniard wins in 5 sets and goes to the final at Roland Garros


By John

Jannik Sinner's run at Roland Garros ends in the semifinals, the second Slam of the season in the final stages on the Parisian clay. The almost 23-year-old tennis player from South Tyrol, number 2 on the scoreboard and next Monday to officially become the first Italian to lead the ATP rankings, has surrendered in the semi-final to Carlos Alcaraz: the Spaniard, third in seeding and in the world ranking, won in five sets with a score of 2-6 6-3 3-6 6-4 6-3. In the semi-final of the upper part of the scoreboard, the German Alexander Zverev (4) and the Norwegian Casper Ruud (7) will face each other.

Sinner, “Let's see if it goes better at the Olympics”

«If we look at the positive side, I have taken a step forward on this surface”: Jannik Sinner said this, after the defeat in the semifinal against Carlos Alcaraz on the red clay of Roland Garros. «Now let's look at the Olympics which are very important for me. Let's see how it goes.” To those who asked what his most personal wishes were, the Italian number 1 in the world replied: “I'm a happy person. If I'm not happy… I live a good life, right? , I like playing tennis. Then we'll see how it goes.” Press conference, Sinner also reported that he was no longer worried about the hip problem.