Fabio Fognini is thrilled after 400 wins: “I’m really happy”

Fabio enjoyed every minute of it. It’s true that Italian tennis is enjoying a golden age right now, but it’s also true that this 35-year-old was practically the only one to lead us to victory before all that, having just broken yet another record.

Fognini and Bedene literally collided during the final match, with Bedene becoming enraged over a decision made by the Chair Judge during the deciding Tiebreak.

Fognini and his post-400-win comments

After the match, Ligurian tennis player Fabio Fognini received a plaque commemorating his 400th career victory on the ATP circuit “As I look back on my career, I can honestly say that I never expected to get here.

Now that I’m 35, I can say with confidence that this was a major accomplishment in my life. I can unequivocally state that I am overjoyed “As a result, Fognini is the 14th active tennis player and the first Italian to amass 400 career victories at the Atp level. This is especially satisfying considering that the legendary Adriano Panatta retired with 392 career victories.

And Andreas Seppi is even further down the list, at position 386. As Fabio went on to elaborate, “We’re in Hamburg for a tournament, and it’s stunning. Many years ago, I participated in a fantastic tournament at this venue, and it remains one of my fondest memories to this day.

The tournament is among the best I’ve seen so far this season “In addition to his success in singles, Fognini has also had tremendous success in doubles, especially with his good friend Simone Bolelli.

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Fabio Fognini is thrilled after 400 wins: “I’m really happy”
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Hello, I'm Antonio Zaccaro, tennis lover since I was 13. I started this blog out of pure passion, and now it has become my job. I constantly follow all the tournaments and I am always updated on all the news. What I know, I share with all my readers. My considerations are the result of hours and hours spent in front of screens and on tennis courts.