Rune v Sinner: Match-up, stats, track record, everything you need to know (updated after their 2024 Monte-Carlo quarter-final)

All you need to know about the rivalry between Holger Rune and Jannik Sinner

Rune v Sinner: the history

Holger Rune and Jannik Sinner met for the fourth time when they played each other in the quarter-finals of the 2024 Monte-Carlo Masters.

Sinner beat the Dane 6-4, (6) 6-7, 6-3 to reach the semi-finals and level up their head-to-head at 2-2.

They had three previous matches – with the Dane leading 2-1.

Their match history is now as follows:

  • 2024 Monte-Carlo: Sinner, 6-4, (6) 6-7, 6-3
  • 2023 ATP Finals, Round Robin: Sinner, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4
  • 2023 Monte-Carlo: Rune, 1-6, 7-5, 7-5
  • 2022 Sofia: Rune, 5-7, 6-4, 5-2 ret.

How many titles have Rune and Sinner won?

Rune has won four tour titles:

Masters 1000s: 1 (Paris 2022)
ATP 250: 3 (Bavarian Open 2022 and 2023, Stockholm 2022)

Sinner has won 13 tour titles, including one Grand Slam title, at the Australian Open in 2024:

Grand Slams: 1 (Australian Open, 2024)
Masters 1000s: 2 (Canada 2023, Miami 2024)
ATP 500: 4 (Washington 2021, Beijing 2023, Vienna 2023, Rotterdam 2024)
ATP 250: 6 (Sofia 2020, Great Ocean Road Open 2021, Sofia 2021, Antwerp 2021, Umag 2022, Montpellier 2023)

How do Sinner and Rune compare in terms of achievements at the same age?

Sinner is two years older than Rune. He never played any of the junior Grand Slam events, and turned pro in 2018, at the age of 17. He first reached the top 10 of the rankings in November 2021.

Rune turned professional in 2020 at the age of 16, having been junior world No 1 and winning 2019 Junior Roland-Garros. He broke into the top 10 of the ATP rankings in November 2022.

How do Rune and Sinner’s stats compare?

Sinner’s career-high ranking is world No 2, achieved in 2024 after he added Miami to his Australian Open and Rotterdam titles. He won the 2019 NextGen Finals in 2019, and at the age of 19 in 2021, he became the first teenager to win an ATP 500 when he lifted the trophy in Washington. He has reached the quarter-finals of all four Grand Slams, including a semi-final at Wimbledon in 2023. He won his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in January 2024, becoming the first Italian man to win a major. He’s the highest-ranked Italian man in history.

Rune’s career-high ranking is world No 3, having broken into the top 100, top 50 and top 10 all in 2022. He is the highest-ranked Danish man in history.

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