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Jannik Sinner was received by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. © ANSA / Instagram / Giorgia Meloni

Intense days for Jannik Sinner in Rome

Enjoy winning the Australian Open in peace: none. For Jannik Sinner, even after the first Grand Slam triumph of his career, things continue to progress quickly.

Jannik Sinner has not yet calmed down after his final victory on Sunday in Melbourne. Photo sessions and other things like that continued on Monday. The newly crowned Grand Slam winner has already arrived in Rome this Tuesday. Sinner was received at Fiumicino Airport (formerly Leonardo da Vinci) to the applause of the Tifosi. The Pusterer had previously made a stopover in Dubai.

Now Sinner gets to experience what it means to be a superstar: the South Tyrolean has numerous appointments coming up in the Italian capital over the next three days. Sinner was received by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at the Palazzo Chigi on Tuesday afternoon. Sports Minister Andrea Abodi was also present at this meeting.

Jannik Sinner upon his arrival at the airport in Rome. © ANSA / TELENEWS

The Sinner mania continues in Rome on Wednesday. First, the 22-year-old will hold a press conference at the new headquarters of the Italian Tennis Federation. We then continue with photo shoots in the Colosseum. On Thursday, Sinner and Italy's Davis Cup team will be received by President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinal Palace. No wonder, that Sinner had canceled his participation in the upcoming tennis tournament in Marseille – with this busy schedule.

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