His main and rather the only source of income is a professional career as an a tennis player which brings him great profits.
Sinner won his first ATP Challenger title in Bergamo in February 2019 at the age of 17 years and 6 months, despite entering the tournament with no match wins at the Challenger level.
Early in the year, Sinner made the second round of the 2020 Australian Open, recording his first Grand Slam main draw match win over home wild card Max Purcell before losing to Márton Fucsovics.
Following the ATP Tour shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sinner had a successful restart to the season.
He finished the year ranked world No. 37.
Sinner carried over his success from late 2020 into the start of the 2021 season. He won his second career ATP title at the Great Ocean Road Open, and notably defeated No. 20 Karen Khachanov in the semifinals after saving a match point.
Jannik made his sixth career final at the 2021 European Open without dropping a set en route.
At the Australian Open 2022, Sinner reached the quarterfinals of a major for the second time in his career, becoming the fifth Italian man to reach that stage in Melbourne.
Jannik Sinner's net worth is currently estimated at $3 million.
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Jannik Sinner’s father is Hanspeter Sinner.
Jannik Sinner’s mother is Siglinde Sinner.
Siblings: Jannik Sinner has a brother named Marc.
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