✔ Ruud, not ✗ Rudd
by the way:
✔ Aliassime, not ✗ Alliasime
✔ Medvedev, not ✗ Medveded
✔ Hurkacz, not ✗ Hurcakz
✔ Berrettini, not ✗ Beretini
✔ Musetti, not ✗ Musseti
✔ Schwartzman, not ✗ Schwartzmann
and in at the finish
✔ Ruusuvuori, not ✗ Rusuuvori
Have a nice day :)
There's no Nadal vs Djokovic, we have Nadal vs Berrettini instead.
Quite significant match, how will it go?
Nadal 1-0 Berrettini
Road To The SF
(as of 26 January)
What do you think?
Lots of discussion of the NextGen pecking order this week. What do your rankings look like?
I know it seems a bit pointless in this edition of Wimbledon, but want to make it as before to sum it up after the season end.
Who was relatively closest to eliminating Djokovic during 2021 AO?
Who was relatively closest to eliminating Djokovic during 2021 RG?
Matteo Berrettini has the best record at the Slam level of competition of all men born after 1995.
Berrettini (30-12, 71.4%)
Zverev (58-24, 70.7%)
Medvedev (38-18, 67.9%)
Khachanov (38-19, 66.7%)
Tsitsipas (31-16, 66.0%)
Rublev (30-16, 65.2%)
Kyrgios (44-27, 62.0%)
Shapovalov (23-15, 60.5%)
Is this tournament Djokovic Open? Or rather Berrettini Open?
20th Grand Slam title for The Serb? Or maiden one for The Italian?
Let them decide!
Djokovic 2-0 Berrettini
Road to The Final
(as of evening July 9)
Second GS SF for Berrettini after US Open 2019.
Hurkacz is the first Pole in a GS SF since Janowicz at Wimbledon 2013.
Who is going to win?
The Italian with his big serve and atomic forehand?
The Pole with his versatility and confidence boost after epic 6-3 7-6(4) 6-0 win over Federer in the...
Berrettini beats Djokovic
Berrettini beats Nadal
Berrettini beats Tsitsipas
The Hammer's time has arrived
Berrettini comes out of nowhere to cruise to the 2021 edition of the French Open.
The first matchup featuring two top 10 players in the tournament. Matteo's been on fire to start 2021, shaking off injury and poor results last season, but Stefanos has looked equally as strong to start the season. Could be a barn burner! Who do you think wins this one?
Matteo Berrettini earned a crucial win in his bid to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals on Friday, beating Andrey Rublev 7-5, 7-6(4) at the Erste Bank Open.
The 23-year-old ended Moscow champion Rublev’s seven-match win streak after one hour and 52 minutes, raising his level at the conclusion of...
Now that Coric withdrawn, the new Italian superstar will take his place in the draw, which means a potential meeting with Rogerio in R4.
You heard it first here, Matteo Berrettini will slay Federer for the biggest upset of 2019 and it will be epic.
For the last year Matteo has been rising up the rankings along with his final opponent in Stuttgart, Felix Auger Aliassime. Matteo is 6ft5, moves well, solid serve, dangerous slice and solid ground strokes, he's 22nd in the World and he's got 3 ATP titles to his name. He's 23, he's not quite as...