Berrettini wins for second consecutive Queen’s championship

Berrettini wins for second consecutive Queen’s championship

Berrettini wins for second consecutive Queen’s championship

Tennis – ATP 500 – Queen’s Club Championships – Queen’s Club, London, Britain – June 19, 2022 Italy’s Matteo Berrettini celebrates with the trophy after winning his final match against Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Couldridge

  • Matteo Berrettini held his title at the Queen’s Club Championships with a 7-5 6-4 loss of Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic.
  • The world number 10 gave himself the ideal platform for Wimbledon with victory in the Aegon International in Birmingham.

Berrettini had a lot of capability for unseeded Krajinovic, who has now lost every one of the five of his Tour-level finals.


The Italian, who additionally asserted the title in Stuttgart this month, has now won 20 of his keep going 21 matches on grass, his main misfortune coming in last year’s Wimbledon last to Novak Djokovic.

He was made to buckle down by Krajinovic who crushed spirit in the main set, just to get broken again at 5-5.

A Krajinovic twofold shortcoming demonstrated exorbitant at 2-3 in the second set as Berrettini got the unequivocal break of serve and proceeded to get his seventh vocation title with a pro.

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Berrettini, who had a medical procedure on his right hand in March, is the eighth player to come out on top for consecutive championships at the occasion, the others being all previous world number ones including John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Boris Becker and Andy Murray.

He will currently go into Wimbledon as one of the top picks.


“There are such a large number of feelings,” Berrettini said. “To have this prize two times, I used to simply fantasy about playing in this competition.

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It was a great week for me, I came here with a ton of certainty. Today was the best match that I played.

“I’ve really buckled down for this. I realize that Wimbledon is unique yet I realize that I can make it happen, I did it once. I’m truly anticipating it, yet I realize each match will be extreme.”

A great calculated volley offered Berrettini the reprieve he had undermined in the fifth round of the initial set.

Be that as it may, Krajinovic, who before this week had never dominated a game on grass, answered in the following game with a punchy volley to get back based on level conditions.


The Serbian got a strike to drop serve at 5-5, be that as it may, and Berrettini then, at that point, held to take the opener.

In the second set Berrettini showed the scope of his game, blending power in with panache to pull ahead, and when he broke effectively love in the fifth game, there was no thinking back.

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