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 Jannick Sinner (4th place, Italy) was selected as the winner of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour’s Skill Development Award of the Year.Sinner, born in 2001, was first ranked 15th in the world in January of this year, but has now risen to 4th.He also reached the semifinals of his first major tournament at Wimbledon this year. The number of singles wins in tour competitions increased from once last year to four this year.Sinner also led Italy to victory in the Davis Cup, a national competition, for the first time in 47 years since 1976. Sinner was also selected as the “Fans’ Favorite Player” by fans, and Darren Cahill and coach Simone Bagnozi received the ATP Tour Coach of the Year award.Jan-Lenard Strupp (Germany) received the Comeback Award, and Arthur Fiss (France) was selected as Newcomer of the Year, 슬롯게이밍 equivalent to the Rookie Award.Carlos Alcaras (Spain) won the Sportsmanship Award.

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