Episode 104 of the Tennis Summary Podcast, with Carl Bialik of the Thirty Love podcast, is our recap of the Miami Open, with a specific give attention to the Italian teenager who reached the ultimate there.
Jannik Sinner has a comparatively weak first serve, however appears to do the whole lot else proper. We discuss stability what he’s with what he might be, the significance of his evident emotional maturity, whether or not he’ll ultimately win extra first serve factors, how effectively he’ll fare on clay this yr, and simply how a lot we are able to evaluate him with Rafael Nadal.
We additionally focus on the person who beat Sinner within the Miami remaining, Hubert Hurkacz. Is a 24-year-old with none apparent elite-level weapons nonetheless on the rise, or will the Masters 1000 title mark his profession peak?
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