Jannik Sinner dazzles in Gucci for new Vogue magazine profile

In a new profile, the Italian reveals his further goals in what's been an "almost perfect" season thus far, which include more majors and the Paris Olympics. Jannik Sinner is getting comfortable in high fashion. For the second time in less than a year, the Italian has graced the pages of the U.S. fashion magazine Vogue.

The Italian's latest foray in the pages of Anna Wintour's magazine comes just days after winning his third title of the season at the Miami Open, where he was photographed by Norman Jean Roy and styled by Edward Bowleg III. A Gucci ambassador since 2022, the latest shoot sees him wearing a stylish green suit from the fashion house while posing in artful garden shrubbery alongside a long read by Abby Aguirre.

In the new profile, the Italian reveals his further goals in what he already dubbed an "almost perfect" season thus far, the "awesome feeling" of finally winning Miami in his third trip to the final, as well as dealing with the pressure that's come with his rapid rise to stardom.

With the season's first three months already in the books, Sinner says his goals for the rest of the year include “trying to be as competitive as possible in all Grand Slams, but mostly the Olympics," as well as "getting stronger" in the short term with his new-enough fitness coach, Umberto Ferrara. “This pressure, you have to take it in a positive way,” Sinner continued. “You have to be kind with the pressure. You have to make friendship. If you hate this pressure, it’s the wrong spot for you, no? The really good and positive thing of tennis is, you have this momentum. The momentum can be positive, happy. And can be negative when you lose. But you live in a momentum. In my mind, everything goes quite fast.”The next-gen tennis player and House' Ambassador writes his own story in the latest episode from the series about celebreted athletes created with GQ Sports.


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