The winner of Sanremo 2023 celebrates the victory of Sinner, who the festival is courting as a super sports guest
Marco Mengoni guest on Tg1 to talk from the co-hosting of the first evening of Sanremo 2024 but also about Jannik Sinner’s victory and to announce his Stadium Tour in the summer of 2025. On the co-hosting in Sanremo, the winner of the 2023 festival said, “I’m going to do something I don’t usually do, I’m studying like it’s a college examthen Sanremo is unpredictable and we love each other for this too.”
On Sinner the artist (who was shown jubilant in front of the TV at the announcement of the victory of the Italian tennis player) underlined: “I was very moved, I have been following Sinner since 2020, I am passionate about tennis, I play tennis and take lessons to improve And seeing a champion like him blossom gives you goosebumps. He will make the future of tennis”, added Mengoni on Sinner, who the festival has been courting for some time as sports super-guest of the year. Between dream and reality there is the ATP tournament in Marseille, where Sinner is expected from February 5th. But Sanremo and Marseille are only 250 km away: a distance that could allow the champion to arrive for a ‘hit and run’ appearance at the festival.
Finally, the announcement of the stadium tour for the summer of 2025: “We will start touring again in 2025, I am very happy to start again on 26 June from Naples from the Maradona stadium and to end on 24 July in Sicily. I can’t wait.” In between, 6 other events: 2 July at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, 5 July at the Dall’Ara Stadium in Bologna, 9 July at the Olympic Stadium in Turin, 13 July at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, 17 July at the Euganeo Stadium in Padua and on 20 July at the San Nicola Stadium in Bari. The end of the interview with Tg1 is a message for the host and artistic director of Sanremo: “Amadeus here I come, here I am!”.