Euro 2020, Wimbledon: Italy won two trophies on Sunday | Euro2020 News
The football player is not the only Italian to participate in the final in London on Sunday.
Italy will face England in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley on Sunday, aiming to raise their second continental football trophy.
However, the football player was not the only Italian competing for silverware in London on Sunday.
The 25-year-old Matteo Berrettini will face five-time champion Novak Djokovic on Centre Court. He will be the first to score at Wimbledon. Italian in the singles final.
Berrettini defeated Polish opponent Hubert Hekatz 6-3, 6-0, 6-7, 6-4 in the semifinals, who eliminated eight-time champion Roger in the quarterfinals. · Federer.
-Tennis GIF ?? (@tennis_gifs) July 9, 2021
Berrettini said that Italians should make sure they have a good-looking TV, and he promised that it would be a special Sunday for this sports-loving country.
“If they don’t have a TV yet, I will tell them to buy a good TV because I think it will be a special Sunday for all of us,” Beretti was asked about the earthquake sports event on Sunday. Ni said. Character.
“For us, believing this is a crazy thing. Obviously, in tennis, for example, because it has never happened. So this is something no one expected-me first.
“Then football, because I mean, we are not eligible for the World Cup [in 2018], So after that, the work they did, the level of their effort, the effort they put in, I think they really deserve this final. “
Berrettini will face the Serbian in the 30th game in his first Grand Slam final. This is a huge loser.
However, the 2020 European Cup final looks too close.
“For the average Italian, Sunday will be tough, isn’t it? But I think we deserve it. This is a great day, a great sports day. I am really happy to be with football now [tennis] It is one of the biggest sports in Italy,” Berrettini said.
-Italy ???????? (@azzurri) July 9, 2021
Despite the outbreak of football fever in London, the seventh seed Berrettini said that he will only focus on becoming the first Italian to raise the Challenge Cup.
“Obviously I will think about me first. I think the schedule comes first. Then, if I get the chance, I might visit them,” he said.