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Musetti, Made in Italy

Among the in-business tennis players, the one who is most frequently depicted as an emblem of Made in Italy is this guy, Lorenzo Musetti. From Carrara, Tuscany, 20 years old a few days ago, dragged Italy to the groups stage of the Davis Cup Finals with a splendid performance in the decisive singles match against Slovakia.

A singles debut that couldn’t have been more brilliant. But Lorenzo, beyond the results and the standings, is already a shining star. Worthy of attention even beyond the borders of tennis. A well-known car brand wanted him as a testimonial, and he reciprocates with a keen interest in the world of #motorsport. What about the other hobbies? “NBA basketball – he declared – and rap, but not social media or discos. I am a quiet boy; I just need to go to the beach to rest and have fun”. Musetti passed in recent years from the care of Patrick Mouratoglou, who hosted him in his Academy giving him a sort of blessing: “Lorenzo – explained the French coach – is the most artist-like among Italians”. His art lies in the beauty of the one-handed backhand, in the variations that he knows how to find when you don’t expect it. Or in the ease with which he spins a badly born game, as in the Davis Cup in Bratislava. Musetti is yet another product of that Italian tennis school that has found a strand of golden boys.

A group in which the two who have already confirmed their presence for Imola 2023, Matteo Berrettini and Lorenzo Sonego, stand out.

Here at Tennis on the Racetrack we can’t wait to see them in the competition, to make the event born from the idea of CC LAB Consultant Ltd and organized by CC LAB Italia srl in synergy with Enzo and Dino Ferrari International Racetrack of Imola, turn blue.

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