Lorenzo Musetti is just 20 years old but has shown glimpses of brilliance. He recently defeated Carlos Alcaraz in the finals of the Hamburg European Open to win his first ATP Tour title.

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Lorenzo Musetti
Born on3 March 2002
Born inCarrara, Tuscany, Italy
Zodiac signPisces
Age20
Net worth $1 million USD
Height6 feet 1 inch
Turned pro2019
Current ranking31

Professional career – Junior level

In 2018, he progressed to the US Open boys’ singles final. He reached the top of ITF junior rankings in the world on 10 June 2019. He won the 2019 Australian Open boys’ singles title by defeating Emilio Nava.

ATP Debut and more

Musetti made his ATP Tour main draw debut at the Dubai Tennis Championships after receiving a wildcard and progressing from the qualifiers. He was only 17 years old at the time. Musetti lost in the first round against Andrey Rublev.

He managed to defeat three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in the first round of the Italian Open. This was his first Masters 1000 level match. By virtue of that win, Musetti became the first person born in 2002 to win an ATP match. He followed it up with another impressive win against former world No. 4 Kei Nishikori in the second round.

The Italian managed to reach the semifinals of the Mexican Open after progressing from the qualifiers. He got his first win against a Top 10 player when he defeated Diego Schwartzman in a riveting encounter.

With wins over Frances Tiafoe and Grigor Dimitrov in the tournament, Musetti broke into the top 100. Musetti made it to his third ATP semifinal at the Lyon Open in 2021 before being ousted by Stefanos Tsitsipas.

An impressive French Open campaign followed as he made it to the fourth round with wins over David Goffin, Yoshihito Nishioka, and Marco Cecchinato. He faced the legendary Novak Djokovic in the fourth round and had an impressive outing winning the first two sets before being forced to retire owing to an injury in the middle of the fifth set. This amazing run helped him become the world’s No. 57 ranked player on 13 September 2021.

How has the year 2022 been going for Lorenzo Musetti?

The Monte Carlo local made it to the quarter-finals at the ATP 500 Rotterdam Open. During the campaign, he defeated then world No. 11 Hubert Hurkacz in the second round.

In Monte Carlo, Musetti registered the second top 10 win of his career by defeating then world number 9 Felix Auger-Aliassime in the second round.

Musetti won the Hamburg European Open by defeating the favorite Carlos Alcaraz in a closely-contested three-set final. Thanks to the win, Musetti broke into the top 40 and is now ranked 31 in the world. He recently suffered a loss in the Round of 16 against fellow countryman Marco Cecchinato in the Croatia Open.

Who is Lorenzo Musetti’s coach and where does the youngster train?

The 20-year-old is coached by Simone Tartarini and trains at the La Spezia TC and Tirrenia.

Lorenzo Musetti’s career stats

The talented youngster has won 45 singles matches and suffered defeat 42 times with a win percentage of 51.7. He has not played much doubles tennis and won just 6 of his 18 matches with a win percentage of 33.3.

Lorenzo Musetti’s net worth and prize money

Lorenzo Musetti has an estimated net worth of $1 million USD. If you have seen him play, you would easily know that this amount is going to increase enormously in the years to come.

He has accumulated prize money of $2,025,300 in singles and doubles combined.

When did Lorenzo Musetti turn pro?

Lorenzo Musetti turned pro in 2019.

How tall is Lorenzo Musetti?

He is 6 feet 1 inch tall.

Has Lorenzo Musetti won any ATP Tour title?

Yes, Musetti recently won the Hamburg European Open.

Did Lorenzo Musetti take part in the 2020 Olympic Games?

Yes, he was ousted in the first round in the singles event. In the doubles event, he made it to the second round before being knocked out.

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