Sinner, which tournaments will you play at the beginning of 2024

Departure from Australia with Kooyong and then the Australian Open, a European indoor bracket and then the 1000 in Indian Wells and New York

Jannik Sinner’s 2024 season will start from the Kooyong Classic, a classic pre-Australian Open exhibition tournament played in Melbourne. The world number four will take the field from January 10th to 12th and with him there should also be Dominic Thiem, Frances Tiafoe, Holger Rune, Karen Kachanov and Stan Wawrinka. Sinner will therefore skip the Adelaide tournament, which he played in 2023 and where he was eliminated in the quarter-finals by Sebastian Korda, and will play the Australian Open directly.


After the parenthesis Down Under, the world number four will continue his attempt to climb the rankings to reach the coveted top 3 and break every record in Italy by participating in the Marseille tournament, an ATP 250 (therefore no Montpellier, where he defends the title) , the ATP 500 in Rotterdam, where he reached the final losing to Medvedev. Followed by the two tournaments on American hard courts: Indian Wells-Miami, where at the beginning of the year he had reached the semi-final (lost against Alcaraz) and once again the final against Medvedev, in one of the six consecutive defeats before the streak of three successes , still open. A fairly classic schedule, therefore, for a high-ranking player like Jannik, who will probably miss a tournament as demanding as the one in Adelaide so as not to risk getting hurt as happened against Korda, which partially jeopardized the Australian Open, where he struggled a lot to get to the round of 16, however they lost in five sets against Tsitsipas, future finalist of the tournament.