Instagram Engagement Rate: Federer, Nadal and Djokovic beaten by ...

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Instagram Engagement Rate: Federer, Nadal and Djokovic beaten by ...

Matteo Berrettini's season has suffered a sudden halt. Started in the best way with the semifinal reached at the Australian Open, 2022 has recently presented the usual physical problems to the Italian number 1. The latest in chronological order is dated March 25, four days ago, when Berrettini made official his retirement from the Masters 1000 in Miami.

While waiting to see him again on the court, the Italian can console himself with a fact that sees him excel on social media. According to what we read on the Twitter profile of the Tennis Stats & Info page, in fact, Matteo Berrettini records the highest Engagement Rate on Instagram.

The result of this particular index is obtained by comparing the total number of active interactions, from likes and shares to mentions and even direct messages, with the total number of followers. In the case of Berrettini, whose number of followers amounts to 1.3 million, the involvement rate reaches 14%, placing the Roman in the lead of this curious ranking.

Engagement Rate: Berrettini ahead the Big 3

Matteo Berrettini is undoubtedly one of the most loved tennis players in the world. His huge following has grown dramatically due to the results achieved in 2021, from the first Grand Slam final in Wimbledon to the one in the Masters 1000 in Madrid, passing through the qualification for the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, despite the bitter ending on the house cement.

The Italian, which thanks to the ride that ended in the semifinals at the Australian Open in January has conquered its best ranking (6), has inevitably expanded its consensus also on social networks. His involvement rate, which is 14%, puts him in front of the other great tennis players of the moment on Instagram.

Immediately behind him is Daniil Medvedev with a 12.5% โ€‹โ€‹Engagement Rate against 960,000 followers; on the third step of the podium is the legend Roger Federer with his 7.2% against 9.1 million followers; the fourth and fifth squares are occupied by Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas, who score an interaction rate of 4.8% and 4.9% respectively with their 1.6 million followers each; sixth place for the world number 1 Novak Djokovic, with an Engagement Rate of 3.9% but with 10.4 million followers; behind Rafael Nadal with an engagement rate of 2% against 14 million followers.

Below is a summary: Matteo Berrettini 14% (1.3M)
Daniil Medvedev 12.5% โ€‹โ€‹(960k)
Roger Federer 7.2% (9.1M)
Stefanos Tsitsipas 4.9% (1.6M)
Alexander Zverev 4.8% (1.6M)
Novak Djokovic 3.9% (10.4M)
Rafael Nadal 2% (14M)