Matteo Berrettini dazzles in luxury fashion label BOSS’ new collection

Matteo Berretini recently took part in a photo shoot for luxury fashion brand BOSS and some photos of him have been uploaded to Instagram.

The Italian posed for the latest BOSS x Berrettini collection.

Berrettini became a global brand ambassador for the German company in January and said at the time that he had always been a fan of BOSS and that it was an honor for him to collaborate with the fashion brand.

“I have always been a fan of BOSS and it is an honor to collaborate with such a powerful fashion brand – one that is at the top of its game when it comes to style and technical expertise,” Berrettini said, as quoted by The Fashionista. “I’m especially proud to have the opportunity to give back to the Italian community with every sale of our capsule collection supporting underprivileged children in Italy. I look forward to making a positive impact through our partnership.”

Berrettini is no stranger to the fashion world, having graced the cover of Italian magazine dLui in June.

Matteo Berrettini’s season so far

Matteo Berrettini did exceptionally well after returning from injury
Matteo Berrettini did exceptionally well after returning from injury

Matteo Berrettini has won 18 out of 24 games so far this season, with two titles to his name. He started strong reaching the Australian Open semi-finals before losing to Rafael Nadal in four sets.

After uneven form over the next two months, the Italian suffered a wrist injury and as a result missed the entire clay-court season.

Berrettini returned to action during the grass-court season and has yet to lose a game since then. The 26-year-old won the BOSS Open in Stuttgart beating Andy Murray in the final in three sets.

He went on to successfully defend his title at the Queen’s Club Championships. Berrettini beat Dan Evans, Denis Kudla, Tommy Paul and Botic van de Zandschulp before beating Filip Krajinovic 7-5, 6-4 in the final.

The Italian was among the title contenders at Wimbledon but was forced to withdraw from competition just before his first round match after contracting COVID-19.

Due to the lack of ranking points during the grass-court Major, Berrettini slipped to 15th in the ATP rankings. The Italian is currently on a nine-fight winning streak and will be confident of a quick return to the ATP top 10.


Edited by Nihal Taraporvala

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