Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Muse.
    • Began playing tennis at age 4.
    • Father, Francesco, is a marble producer; mother, Sabrina, is a secretary.
    • Lists his grandfather as his hero because "he was an honest man with great values."
    • Lifelong coach has beenSimone Tartarini. Considers him as his 2nd father and does not think he'll ever change coaches.
    • Lives with group of 5 friends that he's had since age 8. "Theyare my first fans after my family," says Musetti."We shared a lot of great memories, vacations and holidays together and they are my support for every day, even in the bad days."
    • Inspired byRoger Federer.
    • Favourite surface is clay, shot is forehand and tournament is Wimbledon.
    • Lists New York City as his favourite city on the tour.
    • If he wasn't a tennis player, he would be an actor.
    • Favourite actor is Al Pacino, movie isJohn Wick, TV show is Money Heist, superhero is Batman and musician is Mondo Marcio.
    • Enjoys classic rock music.
    • Also enjoys basketball and football. Fan ofLeBron James, Los Angeles LakersandJuventus.
    • Favouritefoods are lasagna, pizza and gnocchi with ragu.
    • Dream car is Ferrari 458.
    • Favourite book is Eragon by Christopher Paolini.
    • Says that his best quality is that he's a hard worker, but his worst quality is that he's lazy.

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST 2023)

    • Former World No. 1 junior broke into Top 20 in January 2023 after posting 4-1 singles record at inaugural United Cup in Australia. Achieved career-high No. 15in June2023 after QF at Queen's Club in London.
    • Defeated 19-year-old Alcaraz in 2022 Hamburg final at age 20, marking youngest ATP Tour final since 2005 Bastad (19-year-old Nadal d. 19-year-old Berdych).
    • Did not drop a set en route to 2nd ATP title at 2022 Naples, defeating countryman and United Cup teammate Berrettini in final on home soil.
    • Advanced to 2021 Roland Garros 4R (l. to No. 1 Djokovic from 2 sets up) and 2022 ATP Masters 1000 Paris QF (d. No. 4 Ruud in 3R for first Top 5 win of career). Reached 2nd Masters 1000 QF at 2023 Monte Carlo where he defeated No. 1 Djokovic in 3R (l. to countryman SInner).
    • Reached 2018 US Open boys' singles final, won 2019 Australian Open boys' singles title and defeated Wawrinka at 2020 Rome to become 1st player born in 2002 to win an ATP Tour match.


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