June 13, 2022
Matteo Berrettini reminded us why he is a former Wimbledon finalist by taking the title in Stuttgart.
But Andy Murray will feel proud of his progress after winning a set and asking serious questions of the younger man.
Perhaps only a twinge to an abdomen muscle denied Murray his first title on grass since winning Wimbledon in 2016.
Matteo Berrettini against Andy Murray at Wimbledon 2022 on Centre Court this summer!
What a fantastic spectacle that would be!
The big-serving Italian edged this contest 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 and must be a contender for the Wimbledon 2022 title.
He has a fine all-round game on grass to back up that stunning serve and he is much loved by the Wimbledon crowd.
But there is no one quite like Andy Murray and his recent form suggests he too can go deep at Wimbledon 2022.
Murray defeated two of the biggest tennis stars on the planet in Stuttgart.
He saw off world number five Stefanos Tsitsipas and the massively talented Nick Kyrgios in Germany.
Remember that Kyrgios recently claimed he is the best player in the world on grass.
But his temperament under pressure is always the Australian’s worst enemy.
He is still an incredible box office phenomenon though. And spectators will flock to see Kyrgios matches at Wimbledon 2022.
Murray’s best strategy now would probably be to skip the tournament at Queens and rest those abdominal muscles for the All England Club later this month.
On the playing side, Murray is pretty much where he wants to be and he has entered the top fifty for the first time in years.
Murray is moving well and competing with the very best so his expectations will be high.
He just needs to rest his body and bring out his very best form for the Centre Court crowds at Wimbledon 2022.
Everything about Murray’s preparations is geared towards thrilling his fans at Wimbledon 2022.
Meanwhile Berrettini will be out to go one better than last year and take his first Wimbledon title.
Will you be there to see the best in the world battle it out at the number one tournament on the tennis calendar?
Wimbledon 2022 in Centenary Year on Centre Court! The event will ooze history wherever you look.
Come and join us for this unique occasion on London’s summer social calendar.