Matteo breaks into the world’s Top 100 and wins his first ATP Trophy in Gstaad.Read More
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Matteo has quickly evolved from one of tennis’ brightest talents into one of its biggest superstars. Since breaking into the world’s Top 100 in 2018, the right-hander has soared towards the top of the sport.
The Italian’s big breakthrough came later that year, when he powered his way to his first ATP Tour trophy in Gstaad, where he also claimed the doubles title that same week. But that impressive achievement was only the beginning for a man who prides himself on his relentless work ethic.
Matteo became just the second man from his country to reach the semi-finals of the US Open and only the fourth Italian man to make a Grand Slam semi-final.Read More
After winning two more titles in 2019 in Budapest and Stuttgart, it did not take long for Matteo to prove his abilities on not just the grandest stages in tennis, but in all of global sport.
The proud Roman shook up the tennis world at the US Open with his courageous play and made Italian history in the process. Matteo became just the second man from his country to reach the semi-finals of the US Open and only the fourth Italian man to make a Grand Slam semi- final.
Matteo cements his place among the world’s best by finishing the year inside the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings for the second consecutive year.Read More
It was clear that the Italian was a force to be reckoned with, and that October he became one of the Top 10 players in the world for the first time. Later that year, Matteo also qualified for the prestigious ATP Finals, earning the attention of fans and sponsors throughout the world. He was also named the ATP’s Most Improved Player for his unparalleled improvement that season.
But Matteo was determined to continue his surge. Despite the world being in pandemic turmoil in 2020, he cemented his place among the world’s best by finishing the year inside the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings for the second consecutive year.
Matteo leading Team Italy to the ATP Cup final and advances to his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon.Read More
In 2021, Matteo pushed even higher, raising not just his profile, but that of his nation by leading Team Italy to the ATP Cup final for the first time. The season got even better when Matteo advanced to his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon, becoming the first Italian finalist in tournament history and the first man from his country to reach a major championship in more than 45 years. The feat was celebrated alongside Italy’s European Championships-winning football team by the likes of President Sergio Mattarella.
Matteo storms his way through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open and simultaneously reveals his brand partnership with BOSS.Read More
Matteo started 2022 with a bang, storming his way through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open and simultaneously revealing his brand partnership with BOSS to the world. He lost out to the eventual Champion, Rafael Nadal, in the semi-final but improved his ATP Tour Ranking to 6th in the process.
Already a five-time titlist at tennis’ highest level with more than 100 tour-level wins against the world’s best tennis players, Matteo is eager to get better every day and to continue making history. He has already established himself as a national hero, and an international icon. With his eyes firmly set on becoming the No. 1 player in the world, the sky is the limit.