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Jannik Sinner continues His unbeaten run To reach Indian Wells’ Semi-finals

Jannik Sinner continues His unbeaten run To reach Indian Wells' Semi-finals

Jannik Sinner is an Unstoppable Force in Tennis right now as the The Italian extended his winning streak to 19 matches on Thursday. He overcame Czech Jiri Lehecka 6-3, 6-3 at the BNP Paribas Open to reach the semi-finals in Indian Wells.

Having to compete in windy conditions, Sinner handled Lehecka’s depth and weight of shot effectively. Jannik found consistency in the key moments as well as he committed 13 unforced errors compared to 35 from Lehecka. Jannik broke the Czech’s break serve three times, securing his progress after one hour and 25 minutes. Sinner’s record for the season now stands at 16-0.

I am very pleased becasue the situation on court was different,” Sinner said. “In the morning it was really windy and in the first set it was tough to handle the situation. He is an incredible player and has huge potential, so I was aware of every point that I made.”

In the other way I am just happy becasue I made the semi-finals last year and this year I have a chance to play in the semis again. It is one of the greatest tournaments that we have in the whole year, so I am really happy and pleased.”

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Sinner Continues Dominance, Aims for Third Consecutive Title

Sinner has won the last 36 of his 38 matches. He aims to secure his third consecutive title of the season following his victories at the Australian Open and Rotterdam. Following his Toronto run last August, Jannik is also bidding for his second ATP Masters 1000 crown

Jannik Sinner will have a chance to renew his rivalry with Carlos Alcaraz in the semi-finals. Sinner currently leads the Spaniard 4-3 in their Lexus ATP Head2Head series. Carlos Alcaraz, the Defending champion plays Alexander Zverev later today.

Earlier this week, Lehecka upset Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets. The 22-year-old played his first ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final. But against Sinner, he had no answer as he endured with pain. He struggled to breach the Italian’s defence often holding his back in discomfort during the second set.

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Jannik Sinner Prefers to Keep His Romantic Life Private Amid Speculations

Jannik Sinner is cautious of the impression of revealing his private life, particularly regarding his romantic relationships.

Sinner has been in a relationship with model and influencer Maria Braccini for some time. However, he often ignores questions about her, except for occasional discussions during extensive interviews.

He has stated explicitly that his dating life is not the concern of public. He won’t be making any announcements regarding such matters.

Sinner’s remarks haven’t really helped the cause though as the speculations keep stirring. Many believe that Braccini and the tennis star are actually engaged.

“Whether or not I am with a girl will never be known on social media, because I want to keep my private life private,” Sinner said.

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