Matteo Berrettini is an Italian professional tennis player. The 25-year-old is one of the best Italian players in tennis history, and is a Wimbledon finalist. He is ranked No. 7 in the ATP world standings.
Berrettini’s net worth is lesser than some younger stars like Stefanos Tsitsipas, but it is still considerably high. Given his achievements and what he could achieve in the future, it could rise in the years to come.
Berrettini has a net worth of approximately $8 million. The net worth saw a surge due to his streak of impressive Grand Slam performances in recent times. His total career earnings from both singles and doubles competition is north of seven million dollars, sitting at $7,687,112. At the age of 25, that is a great amount, and it will only increase as he enters the prime of his career.
The Lazio native also earns a significant sum from his endorsements and brand deals. He endorses several brands, with Lotto, Peugeot, Head and Capri being the most prominent ones out of them.
Lotto is an Italian sportswear company that deals with athletic and leisure apparel, along with footwear. The Italian wears Lotto accessories and clothes on the court. He also wears their shoes while playing.
Berrettini endorses Head, which is a company that sells tennis and skiing equipment. He uses Head Extreme 360 MP racquets, and is part of a group of tennis players that use Head products, including Novak Djokovic and Sascha Zverev. Berrettini also supports the German brand Signum-Pro. Signum-Pro is a German business that focuses on making high-quality tennis racquet strings. Berrettini uses Signum-Pro Firestorm strings, which provide his racquet with the necessary strength, balance, longevity and control. Both Head and Signum-Pro co-operate for Berrettini to produce his racquet.
Berrettini also endorses Italian watchmaker Capri, for whom he is an ambassador. He wears Capri watches and Capri patches on his clothes when he has to be present during prize and award presentations. The tennis player is also under contract with a food firm based in his home country called Colavita. Colavita’s olive oil and pasta are endorsed by Berrettini.
Berrettini is active in charity and philanthropy, and is involved in charitable work to the greatest of his capacities. He started a campaign called Tennis for Africa in 2019, where funds went towards sponsoring the growth of the sport in the continent. During the 2019 ATP finals, he surprised a young tennis fan, who was a cancer survivor. This was done as part of his association with Cancer Research UK.
Berrettini is also a supporter of ActionAid, which is an international NGO. ActionAid’s main objective is to fight global poverty and injustice caused by various social evils.
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