Matteo Berrettini

Singles Ranking
#6
Italy
25 Years (12 Apr, 1996)
6'5" (196cm)
209lbs (95kg)
Rome, Italy
Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Vincenzo Santopadre, Marco Gulisano, Umberto Rianna
2015
6
5
118-66
$9,231,274
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Matteo Berrettini Bio

The 2021 edition of Wimbledon saw Novak Djokovic pull off a stunning triumph to showcase his calibre and ability to compete for the greatest prizes in the world of tennis. However, it also witnessed another incredible feat as Matteo Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach a grand slam final, since Adriano Panatta won the 1976 Roland Garros title. Berrettini had won the biggest title of his career so far going into the tournament, having won the Queen's Club Cham...Read More

The 2021 edition of Wimbledon saw Novak Djokovic pull off a stunning triumph to showcase his calibre and ability to compete for the greatest prizes in the world of tennis. However, it also witnessed another incredible feat as Matteo Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach a grand slam final, since Adriano Panatta won the 1976 Roland Garros title. Berrettini had won the biggest title of his career so far going into the tournament, having won the Queen's Club Championships, which marked his first triumph on the ATP 500 level. The Italian had become the first player from the nation to win the prestigious title, as well as the first debutant to register a triumph at Queen’s Club. Berrettini had to face his fair share of competition during the course of the tournament, after registering a win against Andy Murray and 6th seed Dan Evans in the quarterfinals. However, a triumph against Cameron Norrie in the final, ensured a classic victory that enabled him to deliver a fine display in Wimbledon. Berrettini ensured a comfortable qualification on to the quarterfinal, with a win against Ilya Ivashka. The Italian maintained the surge trumping Felix Auger-Aliassime in four sets to become the first Italian man in the Open era to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals. Berrettini however was not content with this, sailing into the final following a win against Hubert Hurkacz to emerge as the first player from the nation to reach a Wimbledon singles final.

The Italian has won five singles career titles so far, showcasing his prowess when handed an opportunity. He has finished as the finalist in three singles career finals, which is certainly praiseworthy. Berrettini is however showing no signs of stopping, as evident from his statement following the defeat against Djokovic.

“The most important thing for me is that right now I'm losing against the best players in the world. In Paris, I lost against him [Djokovic], and he won the tournament. In Queen's, I won, and then I lost against him again here. It means that my level is growing. It means my weapons and my tennis, in general, is growing. That's the right path. That's the right thing that I'm doing," said the Italian in an interaction with atptour.com.

“It means that I'm there. It means that I deserve to be here. Today, again, Novak was the better player on court, but I'm getting closer. Every match that I'm playing against them helps me to get closer," he added.

One of Berrettini's biggest weapons is his forehand, which has been hailed for its speed, spin and depth with the Italian known to dominate opponents using the same effectively. The Italian further enjoys an aggressive approach, with his strong and fiery serve considered a key weapon in this regard. Berrettini looks to setup quick points and put pressure on the opponent through shrewd transitions in gameplay. The player is also developing enhanced mental strength as evident from statements by WTA standout Ajla Tomljanovic while interacting with atptour.com.

“I actually think what’s most impressive about him is his mental side. Obviously his serve, his forehand, his game is great. But I think the way he approaches the game mentally, how he deals with adversity on court during matches [is most impressive]. He works for a lot of things that come his way and I think that’s really impressive, because I can relate to feeling similarly on the court," she said.

Grand Slam singles record

Australian Open: 4R (2021)

French Open: QF (2021)

Wimbledon: F (2021)

US Open: SF (2019)

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Matteo Berrettini RECORDS

Matteo Berrettini Titles & Finals

Singles & Doubles

Year
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Opponent
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Matteo Berrettini Ranking History

Matteo Berrettini Stats

Singles Service Record
Aces 1,578
Double Faults 338
1st Serve 62%
1st Serve Points Won 78%
2nd Serve Points Won 54%
Break Points Faced 866
Break Points Saved 68%
Service Games Played 2,211
Service Games Won 87%
Total Service Points Won 69%
Singles Return Record
1st Serve Return Points Won 28%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 47%
Break Points Opportunities 1,117
Break Points Converted 36%
Return Games Played 2,211
Return Games Won 18%
Return Points Won 35%
Total Points Won 52%

Matteo Berrettini Recognition

Awards

Most Improved Player
2019

Matteo Berrettini Activity

Matteo Berrettini POINTS Breakdown

Ranking Points YTD W/L YTD Titles YTD Prize Money
7 5,173 37 - 9 2 $2,988,222

ATP FInals / ATP Cup

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2019.11.11 Nitto ATP Finals RR 200 2021.11.08

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2021.06.28 Wimbledon F 1,200 2022.07.11
2021.08.30 US Open QF 360 2022.09.12
2021.05.31 Roland Garros QF 360 2022.06.13
2021.02.08 Australian Open R16 180 2022.02.21

ATP Masters 1000

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2021.05.03 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid F 600 2022.05.09
2019.10.07 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai SF 360 2021.10.18
2021.08.16 ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati R16 90 2022.08.22
2020.09.14 ATP Masters 1000 Rome QF 90 2022.05.16
2019.10.28 ATP Masters 1000 Paris R32 10 2021.11.01

ATP Tour 500

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2021.06.14 London / Queen's Club W 500 2022.06.20
2019.10.21 Vienna SF 180 2021.10.25
2019.06.17 Halle SF 90 2022.06.20

Best Of Other Countable Tournaments

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2021.02.01 ATP Cup F 270 2022.02.07
2021.04.19 Belgrade W 250 2022.04.25
2019.06.10 Stuttgart W 125 2022.06.13
2019.04.22 Budapest W 125 2022.04.25
2019.04.29 Munich F 75 2022.05.02
2019.03.11 Phoenix CH W 63 2022.03.14
2021.01.04 Antalya QF 45 2022.01.17

Non-Countable Tournaments

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2019.09.16 St. Petersburg QF 45 2021.09.20
2021.04.12 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo R32 10 2022.04.18
2019.03.18 ATP Masters 1000 Miami R128 5 2022.04.04
2019.03.04 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells R128 5 2021.10.18
2019.09.30 Beijing R32 0 2021.10.04

Matteo Berrettini News

Sep 24, 2022
The Djokovic/Berrettini pair will take on de Minaur and Sock on Saturday, September 24 in the fourth doubles match of the 2022 Laver Cup.
Sep 24, 2022
Matteo Berrettini will take on Felix Auger-Aliassime on Saturday, September 24 in the third singles match of the 2022 Laver Cup.
Sep 5, 2022
Casper Ruud rebounded from a mid-match hiccup to beat French lucky loser Corentin Moutet 6-1, 6-2, 6-7(4), 6-2 on Sunday to reach the US Open quarter-finals for the first time.
Sep 3, 2022
Matteo Berrettini vs Alejandro Davidovich are scheduled to face each other on Sunday, September 4 in the round of 16 of the 2022 US Open.
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Matteo Berrettini

Singles Ranking
#6
Italy
25 Years (12 Apr, 1996)
6'5" (196cm)
209lbs (95kg)
Rome, Italy
Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Vincenzo Santopadre, Marco Gulisano, Umberto Rianna
2015
6
5
118-66
$9,231,274
-

Matteo Berrettini Bio

The 2021 edition of Wimbledon saw Novak Djokovic pull off a stunning triumph to showcase his calibre and ability to compete for the greatest prizes in the world of tennis. However, it also witnessed another incredible feat as Matteo Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach a grand slam final, since Adriano Panatta won the 1976 Roland Garros title. Berrettini had won the biggest title of his career so far going into the tournament, having won the Queen's Club Cham...Read More

The 2021 edition of Wimbledon saw Novak Djokovic pull off a stunning triumph to showcase his calibre and ability to compete for the greatest prizes in the world of tennis. However, it also witnessed another incredible feat as Matteo Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach a grand slam final, since Adriano Panatta won the 1976 Roland Garros title. Berrettini had won the biggest title of his career so far going into the tournament, having won the Queen's Club Championships, which marked his first triumph on the ATP 500 level. The Italian had become the first player from the nation to win the prestigious title, as well as the first debutant to register a triumph at Queen’s Club. Berrettini had to face his fair share of competition during the course of the tournament, after registering a win against Andy Murray and 6th seed Dan Evans in the quarterfinals. However, a triumph against Cameron Norrie in the final, ensured a classic victory that enabled him to deliver a fine display in Wimbledon. Berrettini ensured a comfortable qualification on to the quarterfinal, with a win against Ilya Ivashka. The Italian maintained the surge trumping Felix Auger-Aliassime in four sets to become the first Italian man in the Open era to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals. Berrettini however was not content with this, sailing into the final following a win against Hubert Hurkacz to emerge as the first player from the nation to reach a Wimbledon singles final.

The Italian has won five singles career titles so far, showcasing his prowess when handed an opportunity. He has finished as the finalist in three singles career finals, which is certainly praiseworthy. Berrettini is however showing no signs of stopping, as evident from his statement following the defeat against Djokovic.

“The most important thing for me is that right now I'm losing against the best players in the world. In Paris, I lost against him [Djokovic], and he won the tournament. In Queen's, I won, and then I lost against him again here. It means that my level is growing. It means my weapons and my tennis, in general, is growing. That's the right path. That's the right thing that I'm doing," said the Italian in an interaction with atptour.com.

“It means that I'm there. It means that I deserve to be here. Today, again, Novak was the better player on court, but I'm getting closer. Every match that I'm playing against them helps me to get closer," he added.

One of Berrettini's biggest weapons is his forehand, which has been hailed for its speed, spin and depth with the Italian known to dominate opponents using the same effectively. The Italian further enjoys an aggressive approach, with his strong and fiery serve considered a key weapon in this regard. Berrettini looks to setup quick points and put pressure on the opponent through shrewd transitions in gameplay. The player is also developing enhanced mental strength as evident from statements by WTA standout Ajla Tomljanovic while interacting with atptour.com.

“I actually think what’s most impressive about him is his mental side. Obviously his serve, his forehand, his game is great. But I think the way he approaches the game mentally, how he deals with adversity on court during matches [is most impressive]. He works for a lot of things that come his way and I think that’s really impressive, because I can relate to feeling similarly on the court," she said.

Grand Slam singles record

Australian Open: 4R (2021)

French Open: QF (2021)

Wimbledon: F (2021)

US Open: SF (2019)

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