|Challenger St. Tropez||09/19 08:00||25|| Luca Nardi v Sebastian Ofner ||4-6,4-6|
|Challenger Rennes||09/11 18:45||25|| Luca Nardi v Manuel Guinard ||4-6,6-3,1-6|
|US Open||08/22 19:25||14|| Luca Nardi v Thiago Agustin Tirante ||4-6,4-6|
|Challenger Winnipeg||08/16 17:00||26|| Luca Nardi v Billy Harris ||4-6,7-5,5-7|
|Challenger Winnipeg||08/15 16:00||25|| Luca Nardi v Aidan Mayo ||6-4,6-2|
|Challenger Porto||08/06 10:00||29|| Joao Sousa v Luca Nardi ||7-5,4-6,1-6|
|Challenger Porto||08/05 10:00||28|| Luca Nardi v Antoine Escoffier ||7-6,6-4|
|Challenger Porto||08/04 12:00||27|| Adrian Andreev v Luca Nardi ||4-6,3-6|
|Challenger Porto||08/02 16:30||26|| Goncalo Oliveira v Luca Nardi ||4-6,6-3,3-6|
|Challenger Porto||07/31 17:05||25|| Nicolas Mejia v Luca Nardi ||6-3,2-6,3-6|
|ATP Umag||07/22 20:10||14|| Flavio Cobolli v Luca Nardi ||6-1,7-5|
|ATP Bastad||07/16 13:45||14|| Hugo Dellien v Luca Nardi ||5-7,7-6,6-3|
Luca Nardi (born 6 August 2003) is an Italian professional tennis player.
Nardi has a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 126, which he first achieved in 7 November 2022. He also has a career-high ATP doubles ranking of world No. 299, attained in 10 April 2023.
Nardi made his ATP main draw debut at the 2020 European Open in singles, where he lost to Marcos Giron in three sets, and in doubles partnering Zane Khan.
He reached career-high rankings of World No. 356 in singles and No. 544 in doubles on 13 December 2021 after reaching the semifinals in singles and quarterfinals in doubles respectively as a wildcard at the 2021 Città di Forlì III Challenger.
In the first week of the 2022 ATP Challenger Tour, Nardi won his first Challenger title at the 2022 Città di Forlì Challenger, defeating Mukund Sasikumar in the final. As a result he reached the top 300 on 17 January 2022 at world No. 296.
He won his second Challenger title at the 2022 Challenger Città di Lugano, defeating Leandro Riedi in the final. He made his Masters debut at the 2022 Rome Masters as a wildcard.
He won his third Challenger title at the 2022 Rafa Nadal Open in Mallorca, beating Zizou Bergs in the final. This was his first Challenger win on an outdoor hard court. He made his debut in the top 150 at world no. 142 on 12 September 2022.
At the ATP 500 2022 Astana Open he qualified into the main draw defeating top seed David Goffin. He won his first ATP match and first at the ATP 500 tour-level defeating fellow qualifier Alexander Shevchenko to reach the second round. He lost to third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets.
Ranked No. 159, he made his debut at the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters after defeating fourth seed Constant Lestienne and eleventh seed Oscar Otte in the qualifying competition. He won his first round match, recording his first Masters win and only his second on ATP tour-level, over wildcard Valentin Vacherot. He lost by a double bagel to compatriot and 16th seed Lorenzo Musetti in just 50 minutes. As a result he moved more then 15 positions up in the rankings.
He received a wildcard for the main draw at the Italian Open, where he lost in the first round to David Goffin. In the following weeks, Nardi reached the quarterfinals at Vicenza and Milano Challengers. In August, he won his fourth Challenger title in Porto, defeating Portoguese Joao Sousa in the final.