Tennis – ATP – Stuttgart: Berrettini sacred against Murray

Published June 12, 2022 to 18H09 – to June 12, 2022 to 18H20


Matteo Berrettini ended his return to the ATP circuit for victory in the finale of Andy Murray’s Stuttgart aux depens tournoi in the manches.

Ibuhos un retour, it’s a sacred return signed by Matteo Berrettini! Absent from the ATP circuit since his loss in the eighth final of the Indian Wells Masters 1000 last March due to an injury to his right hand, Italy goes to Stuttgart for sixth career title, third on grass. Opposed to Andy Murray, the 10th world player had no hesitation when the first breakball in his favor was presented. Running two games into one, Matteo Berrettini then had to scrap four breakballs to keep his game in place before missing three double -break opportunities in the foul. From there, the two players were solid on their commitments and, in his second set, the Italian took the lead on the display board. The second round was on the same launch as the end of the first. Indeed, he had to wait for the ninth game to assist with the first breakballs.

Berrettini did not doubt

However, Matteo Berrettini was not in the mood to convert them and could have bruised his fingers. In fact, Andy Murray was less scrupulous when the decisive game was profiled. On a white game, the British took the service of his opponent and was able to equalize in a set everywhere. The No. 2 series head of the tournament did not wait long to recover. On a white game, Matteo Berrettini took the service of Andy Murray to take two games to nothing. In an inability to put his opponent in a difficult position, the 68th World Cup had to take up arms. On the service of his opponent, the Italian converted his second ball of the match to put a term in this tied final (6-4, 5-7, 6-3 in 2:36 ‘). After a three -month absence, Matteo Berrettini shows he is already in shape while Wimbledon, where he was a finalist last year, is approaching.

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