Matteo Berrettini is, without a shadow of doubt, one of the players flying the flag high as far as Italian tennis is concerned.
After all, the Italian has won five singles career titles so far, showcasing his prowess when handed an opportunity.
He has finished as the runner-up as well in three singles career finals, which is certainly praiseworthy. And he is showing no signs of stopping.
In 2021, Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach a grand slam final since Adriano Panatta won the 1976 Roland Garros title.
He achieved this when he reached the final of Wimbledon, where he lost to Novak Djokovic. But he was already showing signs of growth.
Berrettini had won the biggest title of his career so far going into the tournament having won the Queen’s Club Championships. This thus marked his first triumph on the ATP 500 level.
The Italian also became the first player from the nation to win the prestigious title. He was also the first debutant to register a triumph at Queen’s Club.
He’s also made a decent run in the Australia Open 2022, reaching the semi-finals of the tournament. Therefore, there is plenty of interest in his personal life – and his earnings.
The net worth of Berrettini is estimated to be around $6 million. So far in his career he’s earned over $9 million in prize money.
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He is sponsored by Lotto for clothing and shoes, and also Head for his rackets. But that isn’t all; he is also a Peugeot ambassador. He also endorses Colavita, an Italian food company known for olive oil.
Indeed, he has their logo on on his shirt sleeves. The strings on his racket are also made by a known company in Signum Pro.
Amazingly, he also has two other sponsorship deals – one with Capri Watch and the other with Uliveto.
In 2019, Berrettini launched a charity campaign for Tennis For Africa. But that is not the only charity work he’s done.
He also surprised a young tennis fan and cancer survivor during the ATP Finals in 2019, in a campaign organized by Cancer Research UK.
It is not known if Berrettini owns any assets of note.