“I’m single and it’s good for me” Matteo Berrettini clarifies his relationship status amidst recent rumors of his alleged breakup with Ajla Tomljanovic

Running on a 9-match winning streak, Matteo Berrettini speaks about his relationship status at Queen's Club.

Matteo Berrettini
Matteo Berrettini

Italian player Matteo Berrettini defended his Queen’s Club title after beating Filip Krajinovic in the final on Sunday. He was there also questioned about his recent relationship breakup rumors with her girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic. He speaks out the truth in favor of the rumors saying that they both are not together anymore.

The 26-year Matteo Berrettini has lost just one match on grass in the last two years and has successfully reached 4 consecutive finals on the surface. He was also compared to three big men Djokovic, Federer, and Murray for his glorious performances on the grass surface. After the Italian’s injury, he ended up missing the major clay tournaments yet believed he has his game on the grass.

Ajla Tomljanovic, a 29-year-old Croatian-Australian tennis player who has been ranked as high as38th in the women’s globe ranking has won four singles and three doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.  She was often noticed with the Italian and showed up to most of his matches and vice versa. The adorable duo was in a relationship for nearly 2 years and things ended abruptly just a few months ago and the couple have made no comments about it.

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“I’m waking up and have to find love”: Matteo Berrettini

Matteo Berrettini
Matteo Berrettini

Speaking about his quite long relationship with Ajla which has come to an end now, he says he enjoyed spending his time with his teammates and the family at the time when he underwent surgery on his right hand after the Indian Wells Open in March. He also said that what has happened is good for him and trying to find love.

“Yeah, I’m single but it’s not like something that I am looking for, like, it’s not that I’m waking up and have to find love. It’s just something that is happening, it’s good for me, if it doesn’t, it’s another day, you know. But, yeah, overall, I’m spending more time with my team, I spent a lot of time with my family when I was injured, and I enjoyed a different kind of life a little bit,” Berrettini added.

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