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Jannik Sinner does it his way. He chose tennis over skiing and selected his new coaching team

AP Sports Writer

ROME (AP) — Jannik Sinner’s career so far can be defined by the choices he made and the freedom he had to make them. From when he was a kid growing up in the German-speaking area of the Italian Dolomites and he chose tennis over skiing. To the decision to leave home at age 13 for the Italian Riviera and enroll in a tennis academy. And finally when on the cusp of greatness he decided to leave his longtime coach and create his own personalized team. It all worked out as Sinner won the Australian Open on Sunday and became the first Italian man to win a Grand Slam singles title in nearly a half century.

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