Sunday August 7, 2022

What madness would you be willing to do if you were to win Wimbledon? Matteo Berrettini does not hide and wants to confirm himself among the absolute protagonists in the 2022 edition of Wimbledon. On Monday the official debut with the Chilean Garin to start in the best way and re-experience those feelings of 2021 again.

The goal of the blue is to make up for the time lost due to the injury and take away other satisfactions in this 2022. He revealed in an interview with Corriere della Sera.: “They motivate me, I looked at the finger with the points, the aching hand and I felt my competitive nastiness growing.

The worst moment was at the Internazionali d’Italia: the others on the pitch and I stopped in front of the TV.”

“If I win Wimbledon, I’ll change my look! “

The 26-year-old Italian player dreams big: “I’ve always been careful with words.

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Now I feel that I no longer need to hide. I’m playing well, I enter the tournament with the reasonable certainty of being able to go far. I already know the way to the final. The experience of last year taught me a lot. How to manage the time between matches, the emotions, the expectations, the nights.

Returning to the final, if I deserve it, would be a wonderful emotion but perhaps a little less shocking because I have already experienced it.” The goal is also to beat the now former number one in the world: “I feel more ready, stronger and better.

In Paris, London and New York, in 2021, I always lost to Novak Djokovic. I would say that the time to beat him.” On Rafael Nadal: “He is still not tired of pushing his limits. When we trained together on the central, I told him that I ran out of adjectives for him.

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I respect him very much and he feels it.” Then a small foil in case he triumphs: “Nothing that includes physical effort, but I would be willing to have a clean beard or to dye myself blond. Nothing more extreme!”

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