Sinner and Alcaraz will share the title of the world’s first racket for the next 6-7 years, believes Chesnokov

Former world number nine Andrei Chesnokov believes the Italian Jannik sinner and the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz over the next 6-7 years they will compete for the title of the world’s first racket.

On Monday, Sinner topped the ATP rankings for the first time in his career. Alcaraz, winner of Roland Garros 2024, moves back to second place.

“I think that not only in the near future, but also in the next six to seven years, the title of first racket in the world will be shared between Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz. Potentially, these are the brightest, most stable and strongest tennis players of our time,” Chesnokov said according to

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Source : MatchTV

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