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(VIDEO) New No.3 Jannik Sinner Emulates Hewitt With Latest Win

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta reflects on Sinner’s latest success at the Rotterdam Open.

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Jannik Sinner’s dream start to the 2024 season is continuing after he captured his 12th Tour title at the Rotterdam Open on Sunday.

The 22-year-old overcame Alex de Minaur in two sets to claim his second consecutive trophy and extend his unbeaten start to the year to 12 matches. After becoming the first singles player from his country to win the Australian Open last month, on Monday Sinner also became the first to break into the top three on the ATP Pepperstone Rankings. Furthermore, he has also become the first player since Lleyton Hewitt in 2002 to win their next tournament after claiming their first Grand Slam title.

Watching Sinner’s latest triumph in Rotterdam was Ubitennis chief Ubaldo who provies his insight into the star of Italian tennis.

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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Danielle Collins Triumphs In Miami As Elena Rybakina Pays The Price For Three Set Marathons

Danielle Collins achieved a landmark title as Elena Rybakina paid the price for three set contests in the Miami final.

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Danielle Collins claimed her first WTA 1000 title of her career in Miami, defeating Elena Rybakina in the final.

The American claimed the title to seal a fairytale week as she prepares to say goodbye to Tennis after this season.

After a three set match against Bernarda Pera in the opening round, Collins won all her remaining matches in straight sets to claim a landmark title.

Tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink and Ubitennis chief Ubaldo Scanagatta speak about Collins’ achievement and whether she would consider retirement. Plus there is talk about Elena Rybakina and whether the three set marathons cost her the title.

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(VIDEO) Miami Open Women’s Draw Preview: Is Iga Swiatek Unbeatable?

Ubaldo Scanagatta and Steve Flink discussed the dominance of Iga Swiatek as the world number one searches for the sunshine double.

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Iga Swiatek continued to show her dominance as world number one at Indian Wells and will look to do the same in Miami.

The Pole is aiming to complete the sunshine double in Miami after claiming her second Indian Wells title.

The world number one is the best player in the world and continues to grow in confidence as she extended her lead at the top of the rankings over Aryna Sabalenka, Coco Gauff and Elena Rybakina.

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and Tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink discussed Swiatek and how her dominance can translate into Grand Slam title.

There was also talks over Coco Gauff’s double faults, a more motivated Jessica Pegula as well as the return of Simona Halep.

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(VIDEO) Miami Open Men’s Draw Preview: Can Jannik Sinner Bounce Back?

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and Steve Flink discuss whether Jannik Sinner can bounce back in Miami.

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After losing in the semi-finals in California, Jannik Sinner will be hoping to bounce back at the Miami Open.

The second Masters 1000 of the year is upon us after Carlos Alcaraz’s victory at Indian Wells.

The Miami Open will see the world’s best players in action with Jannik Sinner aiming to bounce back from his semi-final defeat to Alcaraz in Florida.

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta is joined by Tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink to analyse whether fatigue will play a part in Sinner’s result in Miami.

There is also talk about Alexander Zverev’s chances in Miami, the best early matches of the tournament and the rise of Italian Tennis.

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