The 2023 tennis season is now alive and in a few days the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, will officially begin. The world of tennis is also awaiting the official release of Break Point, a documentary series to be shown on Netflix that will reveal the experience of 15 ATP and WTA Tour stars.
Among them is Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini and each made an important contribution by showing behind the scenes and some personal stories of the 2022 season. Speaking to the microphones of the ATP Tour, Berrettini expressed his thoughts on his participation in the event and clarified his position.
Brittini in Break Point: “I wanted to cry”
The tennis player explained his reasoning and also mentioned that Brittini initially had a lot of doubts about him.
Here are his words: “In 2022, I had the first real surgery of my career.
There were times with defeats and really difficult situations, deep down I thought it was better not to be around because there was a risk that I wanted to cry or anyway I didn’t talk to anyone please. In the end, I told myself that I always show when I am happy and that I feel good, but that it is also important to show the negative aspects and moments when I am not happy during the sport.
All this made the situation more real. Perrettini then praised this new series and explained, “People can understand that this is all real and not fake.”
It’s something you show yourself and I’ve tried to figure it out as quickly as I can. It probably won’t be a great series, I come from an ordinary family and often show normalcy.” Break Point releases on January 13, 2023, and the first series will consist of five episodes.
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