“I spent many days crying on bed”

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Matteo Berrettini tells his truth: “I spent many days crying on bed”
(Provided by Tennis World USA)

Matteo Berrettini wants to keep dreaming and no longer settle for the 4th round reached on the Wimbledon lawsn. Reaching the round of 16 in London after everything he has had to overcome and face in recent months is already a great achievement. The difficulties gradually seem further away and the italian tennis player got the revenge he deserved: in the grand slam in which he had alream reached the final in 2021, he too much away the satisfaction of object, NZO Sonego, Alex de Minaur and Alexander ZVEREV.AND NOW, WAITING for Him Will Be World Number one Carlos Alcaraz, who on this surface is not impossible to challenge or beat.

At the press conference, the Italian said: “I felt really good, I know it’s something I don’t have to think about right now.The attitude will be the same: every match is really tough. I played well but it means nothing in terms of winning the tournament.

I’m here enjoying every second out there. Now I have the toughest fight in the whole draw, let’s see what happens.”

Matteo Berrettini tells his truth: “I spent many days crying on bed”

The 27-year-old revealed some not indifferent aspects a few days before the start of the event: “I wasn’t even sure of playing the first round.To play a Grand Slam, you have to be ready physically, emotionally and mentally, the will is not enough.

They let me decide: a few days before I thought I wasn’t ready. Then I remembered how I’ve missed too many events over the last few years and that I can’t leave this place without trying. As I said on the court, if they told me a few weeks ago that you will play Wimbledon five days in a row, I would have signed in my blood.

I spent many days in my bed crying. I really spent days in bed thinking about the tournaments I’ve missedthe injuries I’ve had, the sadness I was feeling.” Matteo can’t wait to face Alcaraz on Monday: “I’m not seeded but it’s a difficult draw!

In a way that’s what I want, right? Play against the best tennis players in the worldPlaying against Carlos has always been a pleasure, a great fight. I remember playing Australia for five sets. Three sets both times in Vienna and in Rio.

We always give our best. He’s number one right now, so he’s the best player in the world. It will be a big challenge. But I’m so happy to have this opportunity. I remember watching him play Roland Garros from my televisions. Now it will be me against him. I think this thing will help me have fun and find that extra energy I was talking about.”

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