ATP Stuttgart 06/14 12:30 27 Matteo Berrettini vs James Duckworth View


ATP Stuttgart 06/13 12:30 26 [95] Matteo Berrettini v Denis Shapovalov [117] 6-4,6-4
ATP Stuttgart 06/11 11:20 25 [43] Roman Safiullin v Matteo Berrettini [95] 6-7,7-5,5-7
ATP Rome 05/09 09:00 23 Stefano Napolitano v Matteo Berrettini CANC
ATP Monte Carlo 04/09 12:35 24 [66] Miomir Kecmanovic v Matteo Berrettini [84] 6-3,6-1
ATP Marrakech 04/07 14:00 29 [64] Roberto Carballes Baena v Matteo Berrettini [135] 5-7,2-6
ATP Marrakech 04/06 13:55 28 [135] Matteo Berrettini v Mariano Navone [60] 6-7,6-3,6-2
ATP Marrakech 04/05 15:25 27 [135] Matteo Berrettini v Lorenzo Sonego [61] 6-3,7-6
ATP Marrakech 04/03 15:55 26 [135] Matteo Berrettini v Jaume Munar [73] 6-4,4-6,6-3
ATP Marrakech 04/02 12:30 25 [56] Alexander Shevchenko v Matteo Berrettini [135] 2-6,1-6
ATP Miami 03/20 19:10 23 [62] Andy Murray v Matteo Berrettini [142] 4-6,6-3,6-4
Challenger Phoenix 03/17 21:00 29 [60] Nuno Borges v Matteo Berrettini [154] 7-5,7-6
Challenger Phoenix 03/17 00:30 28 [69] Aleksandar Vukic v Matteo Berrettini [154] 6-7,6-7

Wikipedia - Matteo Berrettini

Matteo Berrettini (Italian pronunciation: [matˈtɛːo berretˈtiːni]; born 12 April 1996) is an Italian professional tennis player. He has been ranked as high as world No. 6 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), which he achieved in January 2022, and world No. 105 in doubles, attained in July 2019. Berrettini has won eight ATP Tour singles titles and two doubles titles, and produced his best major performance by reaching the singles final of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships. He also became the first man born in the 1990s and first Italian man to reach the quarterfinals or better at all four majors after earning his first Australian Open semifinal in 2022.

After turning professional in 2015, Berrettini won two singles titles on the ITF World Tennis Tour and three on the ATP Challenger Tour, breaking into the top 100 of the ATP rankings in May 2018. Two months later, he reached his first ATP Tour final at the 2018 Swiss Open, where he won his maiden title and made his top 60 debut. In 2019, after claiming two further titles at the Hungarian Open and Stuttgart Open, he entered into the top 25, and carried his momentum into his maiden career major semifinal at the US Open to end the year ranked in the top 10. Berrettini made additional strides in 2021 after reaching his first Masters 1000 final at the Madrid Open, winning his first ATP 500 title at the Queen's Club Championships, and becoming the first Italian player, male or female, to contest a Wimbledon singles final. Berrettini is known for his aggressive game style boosted by his large build. At 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in), Berrettini possesses one of the tour's fastest serves and often uses his heavy topspin forehand to dictate rallies and set up one-two punches, making him versatile on all surfaces. In order to compensate for his weaknesses, he often deploys his backhand slice to keep the ball low for his opponent and uses a blocked return to neutralize points. As an all-court player, he has also developed these tactics to be comfortable at the net to close points.