Carlos Alcaraz: 'Juan Carlos Ferrero told me that...'

“Juan Carlos Ferrero told me that…”

Matteo Berrettini is growing in all aspects, in terms of his game but also as a man’s image. Athletes with a good presence, linked to the successes they achieve thanks to their performance in their respective disciplines, are occasionally courted by more or less well-known advertising brands that increase their popularity.

And the Italian tennis player has both qualities, which is why well-known brands like Boss, but not only, have chosen him. In fact, the cover of the new issue of GQ Spain was dedicated to Matteo, as well as the first page and a nice interview mainly about his career.

Between the lines this makes for a new win for the face of Italian tennis over current Spanish tennis idol young star Carlos Alcaraz who wasn’t just defeated on court – the first Italian to defeat him was Berrettini himself, followed by Sinner and Musetti recently – but also outside of that.

Speaking of Matteo Berrettini as a male image: It is not the first time that the Italian’s presence has been demanded outside of tennis. For example, Head & Shoulders recently hired him to shoot a commercial in collaboration with The Jackal.

A few days ago, however, the funny prank with the comedian Pasquale Petrolo, known to the general public as Lillo, happened. An exchange on social networks that makes fans and followers dream of a match between them. Pasquale Petrolo, known as Lillo, sent a challenge message on social media to none other than Matteo Berrettini, who replied after receiving the invite.

“Hi Matteo, I was looking for people who play paddle tennis or tennis. A friend told me that you play both things well, so if you want we can have a good game -Lillo started-. There wasn’t one Lack of feedback from the Roman tennis player: “Hi Lillo, we don’t know each other but I found out that you challenged me.”

Alcaraz won two Masters 1000 in 2022

Carlos Alcaraz, who was present this Friday alongside Stefanos Tsitsipas at the Masters 1000 draw in Montreal, a tournament where he is seeded No. 2 after Rafael Nadal’s package, spoke about his adaptation to North American conditions after winning in July played two tournaments on clay (finalist in Hamburg and Umag).

“It’s a bit difficult to get used to a new surface, but consider me a player who adapts very quickly. If I train well before the tournament, I’m 100% ready for the hard courts. There’s a Grand Slam nearby; Getting good results and playing good matches would help build confidence in the US Open.

Juan Carlos said something to me, I want to visit the city and play in front of the fans. He also told me that the tennis club is fantastic.”

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