Tennis: Berrettini’s Feelings After Holding the Queen’s Title-English

(ANSA)-Rome, June 20-Italy Matteo Berrettini became emotional after defeating Serbian Filip Krajinović 7-5, 6-4 on Sunday to hold the Queen’s Club trophy. Told.

After defeating Andy Murray in the final of the BOSS OPEN final in Stuttgart last week, he missed for three months due to a hand injury and then won the tournament twice in a row.

“There are so many emotions,” said the 26-year-old Roman after making a notch on his seventh tour-level trophy, the fourth lawn.

“The last thing I expected was to return from surgery to win two titles in a row and keep my title in one of the most prestigious tournaments we hold.

“I don’t want to cry. Most of my work is grateful to my team and my family. I can’t believe it.

“I arrived in Stuttgart, but I didn’t feel well.

“I didn’t hit the ball the way I wanted, and it was like,’I think everyone will be tough.’

“But it worked pretty well.”

Berrettini is aiming for one success at Wimbledon after reaching the men’s singles at Wimbledon for the first time as an Italian last year.

He lost to Novak Djokovic in four sets in the final. (ANSA).

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