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Berrettini leads impressive Italian charge in Paris

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Berrettini leads impressive Italian charge in Paris
By Julien Pretot
French Open
PARIS (Reuters) – No Italian man has won a singles Grand Slam title in 44 years, but Matteo Berrettini is now leading the charge to become the country’s successor to Adriano Panatta, the 1976 French Open champion.
Seventh seed Berrettini was barely bothered as he cantered into the second round of Roland Garros with a 6-3 6-1 6-3 victory against Canadian Vasek Pospisil, becoming the fifth Italian to advance in Paris.
He was preceded by teenager Jannik Sinner, hailed by John McEnroe as a future great, with qualifiers Lorenzo Giustino and Marco Cecchinato, a semi-finalist at Roland Garros in 2018, as well as Stefano Travaglia, also reaching round two.

Forza Italia: Teenagers steal the show at the Italian Open

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Forza Italia: Teenagers steal the show at the Italian Open
By ANDREW DAMPFSeptember 17, 2020 GMT
ROME (AP) — The fans are missing quite a show at the Foro Italico.
Led by teenagers Lorenzo Musetti and Jannik Sinner, four home players have reached the third round of the Italian Open for the first time in more than four decades.
Also into the Round of 16 is last year’s U.S. Open semifinalist Matteo Berrettini, who will play fellow Italian Stefano Travaglia on Friday.
“We have a lot of young players. It’s great for Italian tennis,” the 19-year-old Sinner said after upsetting third-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas. “Everyone is following their own path. Some of us are arriving earlier than others, some later.”

Berrettini becomes first Italian to win a singles match at ATP Finals - Xinhua


Berrettini becomes first Italian to win a singles match at ATP Finals
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Editor: Mu Xuequan
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LONDON, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- Matteo Berrettini defeated world number five Dominic Thiem of Austria 7-6(3), 6-3 here on Thursday, becoming the first Italian to win a singles match at the ATP World Tour Finals.
Berrettini, 23, came to London as the debutant of the year-ending tournament. The world number eight lost hope of reaching the semifinals after falling to Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in the previous two group matches, but finally brought home a win to make history for his country. His compatriots Corrado Barazzutti and Adriano Panatta both went 0-3 in the season finale more than 40 years ago.

Matteo Berrettini Completes 2019 Nitto ATP Finals Field | ATP Tour


With Italian's qualification, eight different countries to be represented
The eight-player singles field for the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals is set. Matteo Berrettini clinched the final spot at the prestigious season-ending tournament, to be held from 10-17 November at The O2 in London, following results at the Rolex Paris Masters on Friday.
The 23-year-old Berrettini is the first Italian player to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals in singles since Corrado Barazzutti in 1978, when the event was contested in New York City. Adriano Panatta, who played at Stockholm in 1975, was the first Italian to compete at the season finale. Simone Bolelli and fellow Italian Fabio Fognini competed as a pair in the 2015 doubles competition.

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