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Musetti’s Wimbledon career

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  • Is Musetti's Wimbledon career still at its peak?

Is Musetti’s Wimbledon career still at its peak?


Lorenzo Musetti is not shy about the meaning behind the tattoos he proudly wears, and considering his rise to a maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal at Wimbledon, all three are very relevant. 

If the Italians’s winning habits hold for the next two weeks, there would be no reason not to add another. 
Originating from the tiny village of Carrara, situated beneath the renowned Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera, the 22-year-old drew inspiration for his most recent tattoo, a ship’s anchor, from his family.

I’m covered in three tattoos. The one with my heart rate, heartbeat, and tennis racquet in the centre is perhaps the most well-known,” he remarked.

“Then, like an anchor, I have this for my family because they never stop supporting me.”

After he subdued French lucky loser Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard’s monster serves for a 4-6 6-3 6-3 6-2 victory on No. 2 Court, Musetti paid tribute to his family, girlfriend Veronica, and coach Simone Tartarini, even though his four-month-old son Ludovico was a suitable spectator at the All England Club.

As he joined his countrymen, Jannik Sinner, the winner of the Australian Open, and Jasmine Paolini, the seventh seed, in the round of eight, it became the first major since 1948 that three Italians had advanced this far.

Additionally, it was the first time two Italian men had reached Wimbledon’s quarterfinals.

Though it’s difficult for me to feel emotional, Musetti admitted that she might today.

Since I was a young child, I have been dreaming about this occasion. My family has always been incredibly lovely and has encouraged me to pursue my dreams.

I think it’s been incredibly difficult since I’ve had a lot of new experiences, including my girlfriend’s pregnancy and becoming a father. A lot has changed and happened. 


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Hill says that Navarro “is my new favourite female player.”

She adds, “I probably needed more time to figure everything out, but I’m really happy that I never gave up on my dreams and that I never stopped working.” My loved ones, my family, and my team are the ones who drive me to perform better. These are the outcomes.

Having made it to the fourth round of the Roland Garros tournament twice, Musetti had already matched his greatest run at a Slam. In 2021, he led eventual champion Djokovic two sets to love before retiring in the fifth set.
Last year, Musetti lost to Carlos Alcaraz in the round of 16.

Even though he usually performs best on clay, Toscano and his family have much to celebrate since switching to grass this year.

Thanks to a semifinal in Stuttgart and a first-ever tour grass-court final at the Queen’s Club, where he defeated Australia’s top two players, Alex de Minaur and Jordan Thompson, Musetti has amassed 11 victories on the turf.

Tommy Paul, the fifth seed, had to put an end to his pursuit of the enormous silver cup. 

“Over the past two or three years, watching him play on grass has been cool,” Paul remarked. “I believe that everyone mistakenly thought that he was a clay-court player, but he has kind of shown them all incorrect.

He is undoubtedly a force on grass courts, playing incredibly well and feeling at ease.

The Italian, who cites Roger Federer as his childhood hero because of his equally smooth single-handed backhand, will need to overcome three-time Eastbourne champion and 13th seed Taylor Fritz to keep his Wimbledon hopes alive.

“I think he’s made really good progress and shown a tonne of improvement over the last six months to a year on surfaces that aren’t clay.” Lorenzo Musetti, Taylor Fritz

The American defeated the Frenchman in their most recent meeting on clay at Monte Carlo this year, although he had won the title the first time they had faced off in the first round at SW19 two years prior.

“I was impressed with what I saw of his first match at Queen’s,” Fritz remarked. “I think that in the last six months to a year, on surfaces other than clay, he’s improved and made good progress.” He has demonstrated his ability to perform well and play excellent tennis on any surface.

Regarding Musetti’s third tattoo, it might be the most fitting representation of his positive outlook, which is certainly paying dividends on the pitch.

Regarding Musetti’s third tattoo, it might be the most fitting representation of his positive outlook, which is certainly paying dividends on the pitch.

My coach and I have one sentence. The translation into Italian is: The best should still come. The greatest is still to come, stated Musetti.
“I can say that it is coming today.”


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