Matteo Berrettini Player Profile

Matteo Berrettini is an Italian tennis player who is known for his big serve and is currently ranked in the top 25 of the ATP ranking.

His biggest achievement in tennis to date was when he won the ATP 500 title at Queens Club in 2021 and 2022.

In 2021, he also made it to the final of the Wimbledon Championships, losing to Novak Djokovic in four sets.

His best performances have come on grass and clay courts with four grass titles and three clay titles to his name to date.

Matteo Berrettini Player Profile

Player Profile

Age25 years old
Birth Date12th of April 1996
Year born1996
Year turned Pro2015
Height in Feet (cm)6 foot 5 inches (196cm)
ATP Career Titles7
Grand Slams0
Year–end ATP finals0
Masters 1000 Titles0
Tennis Racket EndorsedHead Graphene 360 Extreme MP
Forehand GripSemi Western Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand
Serve GripContinental Grip
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Official Instagram Account Instagram Account

Ranking History (Year end)

His highest year end ranking to date in singles was in 2021 when he was ranked number 7 in the ATP year end ranking.

He does play in some doubles events but as his main focus is on singles, his ATP doubles ranking has never been too high.

YearATP Ranking (Singles)ATP Ranking (Doubles)

Grand Slam Record

2021 was by far Matteo’s best year in terms of his performance at the grand slams as he made it to the 4th round of the Australian Open, the quarterfinals at the French Open/US Open, and the final at the 2021 Wimbledon championships, where he lost to Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final.

Australian Open Record

His best performance at the Australian Open was when he reached the semifinals in 2022 where he lost to Rafael Nadal.

20231st Round
20214th Round
20202nd Round
20191st Round
20181st Round
2017Did not Compete

French Open Record

Until 2021, he had not made it past the 3rd round at the French Open but at the 2021 French Open, he had an excellent run to the Quarter Finals where he lost to the eventual champion Novak Djokovic.

2022Did not Compete
2021Quarter Finals
20203rd Round
20192nd Round
20183rd Round
2017Did not Compete

Wimbledon Championships Record

2020Tournament not held
20194th Round
20182nd Round
2017Did not Compete

He made it to his first grand slam final at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships where he again met defending champion Novak Djokovic.

He won the first set in a tie break but Djokovic would go on to win in four sets.

US Open Record

Matteo’s first major breakthrough on the ATP Tour came at the 2019 US open when he reached his first Grand Slam Semi-Final, where he lost to the eventual champion Rafael Nadal.

20204th Round
20181st Round
2017Qualifying Round 2


What is his highest ATP ranking?

His highest ATP ranking was number 6 in the world which he first achieved on the 31st of January 2022.

What nationality is Berrettini?

His nationality is Italian.

How tall is the Italian Tennis Player Berrettini?

He is 6 foot 5 inches (196cm) tall.

What was his biggest title win to date?

His biggest title came when he won ATP 500 title in Queens in 2021.

How old is Berrettini?

He is currently 25 years old.

Where is Matteo Berrettini from in Italy?

He was born in Rome.

Does he have any siblings?

Yes, he has one younger brother called Jacopo. His brother Jacopo is also a professional tennis player, who mainly plays on the ATP Challenger Tour and the ITF Men’s Tour. They have yet to play each other in an official ATP event.

Who is his coach?

His coaching team is made up of Vincenzo Santopadre, Marco Gulisano, and Umberto Rianna.

Is he Married?

No, he is not married but he is dating Australian tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic.

Who sponsors Matteo Berrettini?

His racket sponsor is Head and his apparel sponsor is Hugo Boss.

When was his first ATP match?

His first ATP match was a round of 64 match against Fabio Fognini at the Rome Masters in 2017. He lost the match 1-6, 3-6.

Who is Luca Berrettini?

Luca Berrettini is Matteo’s father.

What Tennis Racket does he endorse?

He is currently endorsing the Head Graphene 360 Extreme MP.