Miami Open: Jannik Sinner Bagging $515k In 73 Minutes Might Just Be The Quickest Cash Grab In Tennis History

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The rising Italian tennis star continues his sensational winning streak with another remarkable victory at the Miami Open. Defeating Grigor Dimitrov in a lightning-fast final match that lasted for just 73 minutes, Sinner dropped another example of his dominance and consistency on the court once again.
What makes this win even more special is the fact that it took such a short span of time for Sinner to add $515,000 to his earnings, which becomes double of what he would have won as a runner-up. Therefore, this remarkable win not only added a quick boost to his current performance graph but also significantly fattened his wallet.
Having already gained titles in Melbourne and Rotterdam, Sinner’s Miami Open victory establishes him as one of the best players in the scene right now. Along with stuffing his pockets with this prize money, Sinner also touched a mark that was last performed in 2017 by Roger Federer.
Looking back to that year, the Swiss tennis maestro added more gems to his legacy by winning both the Australian Open as well as the Miami Open in the same calendar year. While nobody else was able to hit the same feat after him, Jannik Sinner flipped the odds by making it real.
Jannik Sinner reveals the secret to his consistency
Besides the notable achievements that Jannik Sinner hit with his victory at the Miami Open, he has left behind an amazing win streak that the world admires. Winning 26 out of the last 27 matches that he played, the tennis star emerged as a beacon of consistency.
While every enthusiast wondered what might be the reason behind it, he decided to give it out after winning the final match against Grigor Dimitrov. “Staying in the present moment that was that what has been it has been I just Tred to um improve and also enjoying the moment no this is a special moment you never know if this is the last time,” Sinner stated, mentioning the fact that he plays every match as if it is his last.
As the fans continue to celebrate his victory in Miami, his current form surely points to more such victories waiting for him ahead of the season.

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