Lorenzo Musetti almost in tears after his last victory

Young Italian Lorenzo Musetti is shining on grass

by Simone Brugnoli
Lorenzo Musetti almost in tears after his last victory
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Lorenzo Musetti is shining on grass. The super period of the blue tennis player continues on the green fields. After last week’s semi-final in Stuttgart, the 22-year-old carrarino also replicated the result at the Atp 500 of Queen’s, eliminating in the quarterfinals the host Billy Harris with the score of 6-3, 7-5.

Lorenzo Musetti, Roland Garros 2024
Lorenzo Musetti, Roland Garros 2024© Clive Mason / Staff - Getty Images Sport

Mature and always in control for the Italian tennis player, who expressed a very high level, seasoned with exciting shots. A continuity of results that is bringing much confidence in the number two of Italy ahead of Wimbledon.

Musetti in the semifinals there will be Jordan Thomspon. At the end of the match won, the blue appeared quite excited, mindful of the unexciting periods passed in the last year. Lorenzo expressed his satisfaction for the excellent performance and the result obtained.

Lorenzo Musetti has grown a lot

In the post-match interview, Lorenzo Musetti commented on Harris' success: "I’m a little moved right now, because this has been a tough year for me, with so many bad moments and so two semi-finals in two weeks are fantastic.

I thank my team: we had a bit of a struggle, there are times in your career when you have to suffer and today’s victory is particularly significant for me". The Italian added: "He has always served a very high percentage of first, but I have always been focused on the important points: on some I did not take advantage of the opportunities, but I tried to be careful about every detail and I am happy to be in the semifinals.

Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti© Mark Brake / Stringer Getty Images Sport

Yesterday’s match was difficult, even the first round was difficult. The most important thing is to try to recover, try to sleep that is not easy after a victory given the adrenaline: today I worked well and I hope to sleep a little more".

At the Queen’s it will be up to Lorenzo Musetti, who will face the Australian Jordan Thompson at 14 Italian time. But tennis fans can connect in front of the TV already from 12.

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