Italian players are also competitive on all surfaces now

Jul 31, 2019 314


Italian men's tennis is experiencing a moment of great health. Fabio Fognini, at 32, crowned the dreams of entering in the top-10 of the ATP Ranking this year, and only two months earlier he had won his first ATP Masters 1000 title in Monte Carlo.

The experience of Fognini, of Andreas Seppi and other Italian veterans such as Simone Bolelli and Paolo Lorenzi, has found continuity with other young players who are achieving excellent results. And if by tradition, Italian men's tennis is historically competitive almost exclusively on clay-courts, 2019 is opening up new horizons for the guys of the Peninsula.

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