Yannick Senner, the young Italian tennis star, has been the Alfa Romeo global ambassador since last October. Reasons for winning combination
Jannik Sinner is a young Italian tennis player who admires all fans and the sports world. He unleashes high expectations, with his early records, impressive results, maturity and strength that he shows both on and off the field. Traits are not very common in a nineteen-year-old boy.
In October 2020, Sinner “Global Ambassador” has become, the face of the world, for Alfa Romeo. The blue tennis player announced this with great pride on his social profiles, accompanied by the message with a photo and hashtag #MatchingTalents. Talents that meet, go well together.
Indeed, Jannik Sinner and Alfa Romeo share identities and values. Meanwhile, competitive spirit, passion, continuous growth, performance progress. Quality Alfa Romeo also finds in Formula 1 with Antonio Giovinazzi, With whom Jannik Sinner also shares a love for racing.
The two help each other. Giovinazzi gives him driving lessons, because Yannick also enjoys karting. The sinner gives him a helping hand to improve tennis, As he did last December with Australian Daniel Ricciardo, She switched from Renault to McLaren.
Sinner and Alfa Romeo Stelvio, video about snow
Alfa Romeo immediately chose him as the face to complement the new Giulia and Stelvio in the Sprint Edition. The name that evokes the origins of the Biscione brand, testifies to a strong return to the sporting spirit of the group. Powerful and accurate characterization from Alfa Romeo, Also in light of the presence in Formula 1, inside the Stellantis Galaxy.
Sympathetic, for example, The curtain of last Christmas that saw Junk Senner and Alfa Romeo Stelvio as the hero Covered with snow. Then a model was revealed and discovered as a gift.
Blue, who won his first two ATP tournaments after starting the partnership with Alfa Romeo, has also shown a very natural side in this playful context. The same goes for other moments he documents on his social profile, like chasing a chicken, racing in the woods, and soccer challenges with his coach.
All this enhances prof Seriousness in application, in dedication to work that fuels the desire to compete. Aspects that really make him an idol of children approaching tennis. In fact, Sinner brings another color to Made in Italy success. With her constant advocacy for improvement, performance becomes a passion. On the field and behind the wheel. Matching talents, indeed.
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