Matteo Berrettini, an Italian tennis player, claims that pineapple absolutely has no place on pizza and expresses his heartbreak whenever he sees someone using pineapple as a pizza topping. The Miami Open quizzed a number of ATP and WTA athletes about whether or not pineapple belonged on pizza. The Wimbledon runner-up in 2021, Berrettini, had… Continue reading When questioned if pineapple belongs on pizza, Matteo Berrettini has a humorous response.
Race to Turin – Berrettini and Sinner remain distant, Carlos Alcaraz flies.
The tennis player from South Tyrol is once again in the spotlight thanks to his triumph in the Atp competition in Umag. The triumph over his opponent, which Jannik achieved by defeating a Top 5 world rating for the first time, garners more attention than the tournament victory. To be clear, Sinner also defeated Alcaraz… Continue reading Race to Turin – Berrettini and Sinner remain distant, Carlos Alcaraz flies.
Atp Umag – Hurricane Sinner, comeback victory. Italy nightmare for Alcaraz
Both Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz met expectations on their first appearance in the finals. The two young prodigies put on a fantastic match, and Italy once more grinned. The Azzurro nightmare for Carlos Alcaraz is still going strong as Jannik Sinner emerges victorious from the Umag competition. The Italian ignites a thrilling contest and… Continue reading Atp Umag – Hurricane Sinner, comeback victory. Italy nightmare for Alcaraz
ATP Kitzbuhel – Sonego’s crisis continues: resounding defeat against Andujar
That Lorenzo Sonego is experiencing a crisis of results is, unfortunately, undeniable; the three straight losses he endured in his debut between Bastad and Kitzbuhel only serve to confirm this tragic but real decline. The opportunity to smile again was presented to the Piedmontese by his opponent at the Generali Open, Pablo Andujar. However, since… Continue reading ATP Kitzbuhel – Sonego’s crisis continues: resounding defeat against Andujar
Musetti-Alcaraz record-breaking on TV: challenge achieves overflowing numbers
Yesterday, July 24, 2022, was a historic day for Italian tennis as Lorenzo Musetti won the ATP 500 final in Hamburg, defeating Spanish star Carlos Alcaraz in the process. One of Carrara’s finest has finally won his or her first major championship after months of hard work and perseverance. Musetti’s match against Alcaraz not only… Continue reading Musetti-Alcaraz record-breaking on TV: challenge achieves overflowing numbers
Atp Umag – First win on the major circuit for Zeppieri. Fognini disaster
Atp Hamburg – Alcaraz joins Musetti in final, beats Molcan in two sets
The tournament final will take place in Hamburg, Germany, between Carlos Alcaraz and Lorenzo Musetti. It’s 2003, and if the Spaniard wins the tournament, he’ll move up to the fourth spot in the world rankings, which would be a historic achievement. A showdown between two of the circuit’s brightest young stars, one of whom is… Continue reading Atp Hamburg – Alcaraz joins Musetti in final, beats Molcan in two sets
Atp Hamburg – Musetti makes the big talk: beats Davidovich Fokina and flies to the semis
From the concrete of Acapulco to the dirt of Hamburg. Despite suffering six straight losses on the major circuit, with only a victory in the Forli Challenger in between, Lorenzo Musetti gave in to the week’s signs of recovery and, fifteen months later, stunned Alejandro Davidovich Fokina to return to the top four in a… Continue reading Atp Hamburg – Musetti makes the big talk: beats Davidovich Fokina and flies to the semis
Atp Hamburg – A good Fognini is not enough against Khachanov. Palermo, out goes Cocciaretto
Fognini’s run in Hamburg ends in the round of 16. The winner of the 2013 and 2015 tournaments plays a strong match against Karen Khachanov, the defending champion and winner of three of the last four tournaments. The talented Italian lost due to a few errors here and there, but more importantly due to a… Continue reading Atp Hamburg – A good Fognini is not enough against Khachanov. Palermo, out goes Cocciaretto
“The best game I’ve played”: Thiem beaming after victory over Delbonis
Dominic Thiem appears to have returned on the eve of the appointment in “his” Kitzbuhel and, more importantly, the North American tour. Dominic Thiem, who has just completed a nightmare comeback that has included six straight losses and one success on the minor circuit. After advancing to the quarterfinals in Bastad, the talented Austrian repeated… Continue reading “The best game I’ve played”: Thiem beaming after victory over Delbonis