Matteo Berrettini spent the night to his new beautiful love's home?

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Matteo Berrettini spent the night to his new beautiful love's home?

In recent days the world of tennis has had a parallel life and has crossed paths in a very important way with the world of entertainment. The well-known Italian weekly magazine Chi has published an exclusive photo of the Italian champion Matteo Berrettini, for years the Top Ten of the circuit and the only Italian finalist in the history of Wimbledon, together with the showgirl Melissa Satta, ex-wife among other things of the AC Milan soccer player Kevin Prince Boateng.

The scoop has alerted all the insiders, curious about two characters who are still important on a national level. The weekly magazine Chi came out also but there have been discussions about these exclusive photos for several days.

Berrettini and Satta appeared publicly during the Armani Milano basketball match, a match broadcast on Sky with the cameraman who didn't let the scoop slip. Then the two went to the Domus restaurant and finally, as the weekly reveals, he got into his car and went to the woman's house where they spent the rest of the evening.

As magazine Chi, Matteo points out, he stayed in a hotel very close to Melissa Satta's house but he didn't spend every night there and their relationship seems to be getting more and more inflamed.

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If love life is booming, the same cannot be said for the Italian in the tennis courts.

Berrettini was one of the protagonists with Italy in the United Cup at the beginning of the season but failed sensationally in the first round of the season. Matteo was eliminated in the first round of the 2023 Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, defeated in five sets by the expert but still very advanced in age Andy Murray.

A defeat that hurts the blue so that he collapses in the ranking. After this knockout, Berrettini lost over 700 points in the standings and for this reason he dropped out of the world Top 20, slipping back in the Italian hierarchies even compared to the other blues Jannik Sinner and Lorenzo Musetti, further along in the standings. Photo credits: pic by Sky Italy

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