The 20-year-old Italian is looking for a new coach. By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Wednesday February 16, 2022

Jannik Sinner has parted ways with his longtime coach Riccardo Piatti, as well as the rest of his team. The news, which was speculated about for over a week, was officially announced on Sinner’s social media on Wednesday.

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“After many successful years together, my coaching team and I have decided to part ways,” Sinner wrote. “I’d like to thank Riccardo, Dalibor, Claudio, Andrea, Cristian and Gaia for everything they have done for me from the beginning of my career until now. Riccardo especially, he taught me many things that will forever remain a part of my tennis. Many special memories were made and I’ll always look back on the time we spent together fondly.”

There is currently speculation that Sinner is looking to hire Magnus Norman, the former coach of Stan Wawrinka, but nothing official has materialized.

The tenth-ranked Italian is thought to be a potential Grand Slam winner. In 2020 at Roland-Garros he became the youngest quarterfinalist in Paris since Novak Djokovic in 2006. At the Australian Open this year he became the youngest to reach the quarterfinals since Nick Kyrgios in 2015.

Sinner already owns five ATP titles, and 86 career wins on tour.