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Lorenzo Musetti

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Bio He is an Italian professional tennis player.
Musetti has won two ATP Tour singles titles. He has also won two titles on the ITF World Tennis Tour and two ATP Challenger titles.

His father Francesco is a marble producer, and his mother Sabrina is a secretary. He began playing tennis at age 4, and has been coached by Simone Tartarini since childhood. His tennis idol growing up was Roger Federer. Musetti trains at La Spezia TC and Tirrenia.

He reached the final of the 2018 US Open boys' singles. He has achieved a career-high ITF juniors ranking of 1 in the world on June 10, 2019. On January 26, 2019, Musetti defeated Emilio Nava to win the 2019 Australian Open boys' singles title.

After receiving a wildcard and passing the qualifying, he made his ATP Tour main draw debut at the 2020 Dubai Tennis Championships, where he lost in the first round against Andrey Rublev.
His second main draw tour-level match and first on a Masters 1000 level in his career came after qualifying at the 2020 Rome Masters, where he defeated three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in the first round, becoming the first player born in 2002 to win an ATP match, and former World No. 4 Kei Nishikori in the second round. In October, he received a wildcard for the Forte Village Sardegna Open, where he reached his first ATP semifinal, retiring due to an injury against eventual champion Laslo Đere after trailing 1–4 in the third set.

In 2021, Lorenzo is the youngest player to break into the top 100 for the first time in his career by reaching the semifinals of the 500 series Mexican Open in Acapulco after going through qualifying. It was here he had his first top 10 wins against world no. 9 Diego Schwartzman in 3 sets. He also beat Frances Tiafoe and 5th seed Grigor Dimitrov to break into the top 100 and reach his second ATP semifinal, and first at a 500 level, where he was defeated in straight sets by Stefanos Tsitsipas. The 19-year-old was the third-youngest semi-finalist in the tournament history. Only Xavier Malisse (1998) and Rafael Nadal (2005) reached the final four in Acapulco at a younger age. Musetti reached his third semifinal at the 2021 ATP Lyon Open in May, where he was again defeated by Tsitsipas.

He capped off the clay season by reaching the fourth round at the French Open, on his Grand Slam championship debut (only the sixth player since 2000 to do so), beating 13th seed David Goffin, Yoshihito Nishioka and Marco Cecchinato in his first five-set match. He had a 2–0 lead in sets against top seed Novak Djokovic in the fourth round, but retired in the 5th set trailing 0–4. As a result of this successful run, he climbed to his best ranking of World No. 57 on September 13, 2021.

At the end of the season, he took part in the Next Generation ATP Finals, where he was eliminated in the round robin stage as third of his group, having lost to Sebastián Báez and finalist Sebastian Korda, and won to Hugo Gaston.

At the beginning of the 2022 season, Musetti reached the quarterfinals at the ATP 500 Rotterdam Open, losing to Jiří Lehečka after having defeated No. 11 Hubert Hurkacz in the second round. In Monte Carlo, he recorded the second top 10 win of his career by defeating world number 9 Félix Auger-Aliassime in the second round.

After reaching his fourth career tour-level semifinal at the 2022 Hamburg European Open with a win over Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, he made his top 50 debut in the rankings. He defeated Francisco Cerúndolo in the semifinals to reach the first ATP final of his career. He triumphed over World No. 6 and top seed Carlos Alcaraz in the final, winning his first ATP title and first ATP 500 tournament. As a result, he climbed up the rankings to world No. 31 on July 25, 2022. Following the title, Musetti made his top 30 debut at world No. 30 on 1 August, after winning his opening round at the Croatia Open.

At the US Open, where Musetti was seeded for the first time at a grand slam, he reached the third round, his deepest run in a grand slam since the 2021 French Open. In the first round, he defeated former world number 7 David Goffin in a five set match, decided by a fifth-set tiebreak. He then defeated Gijs Brouwer, but lost to Ilya Ivashka in four sets.

In the fall, Musetti reached his fifth and sixth ATP semifinals at the consecutive Sofia Open and Firenze Open tournaments, where he was defeated in both cases by eventual champions Marc-Andrea Huesler and Félix Auger-Aliassime. He then won his second career title at the Tennis Napoli Cup over fellow countryman Matteo Berrettini, without dropping a set. Following the title, he reached a career-high ranking of No. 23 on October 24, 2022.

At the 2022 Paris Masters, Musetti reached the quarterfinals of a Masters 1000 for the first time in his career. He defeated former world No. 3 Marin Čilić, Nikoloz Basilashvili, and world No. 4 Casper Ruud for his biggest and first top-5 win, but lost to Novak Djokovic. Musetti's final ATP tournament of the year was the Next Generation ATP Finals, where he was eliminated in the round-robin stage after beating Tseng Chun-hsin, but losing to Dominic Stricker and Jack Draper.

In 2023, at the United Cup, Musetti helped Italy reach the final after going 4–1 in his singles matches; he retired after the first set in his match against Frances Tiafoe due to a shoulder injury. After this, he reached the top 20 at world No. 19 on January 9, 2023. Musetti was upset in the first round of the Australian Open by Lloyd Harris in five sets, however, he jumped one spot to a career-high of No. 18 in the rankings following the tournament.

From the beginning of the Golden Swing in Buenos Aires, to the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech, Musetti was in poor form, going 2–6 in his singles matches.

At the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters he defeated Miomir Kecmanović, compatriot Luca Nardi by a double bagel in just 50 minutes, and world No. 1 and top seed Novak Djokovic to reach his second Masters quarterfinal. He then lost to compatriot Jannik Sinner in straight sets. At the French Open, Musetti played strongly defeating Mikael Ymer, Alexander Shevchenko, and Cameron Norrie all in straight sets, but lost to world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz in the round of 16.

Prior to Wimbledon, Musetti made two grass court quarterfinals at Stuttgart and Queen's Club; he lost to Frances Tiafoe and Holger Rune respectively. As a result, he reached the top 15 on June 26, 2023. At the 2023 Wimbledon Championships Musetti reached the third round, his furthest run at Wimbledon yet, defeating both Juan Pablo Varillas and Jaume Munar in straight sets. He was eventually eliminated by Hubert Hurkacz.

He lost in the first round at the US Open to qualifier and Major debutant Titouan Droguet. He then lost at the second round of Shanghai, having received a bye for the first, to qualifier and Masters debutant Hsu Yu-hsiou. He also recorded two consecutive first round losses to Grigor Dimitrov at the European indoors tournaments, the 2023 Erste Bank Open and the 2023 Rolex Paris Masters and left the top 25 in the rankings.

Musetti partook in the 2023 Davis Cup, where Italy would be the champions for the first time since 1976. He played two singles matches throughout the tournament, including in the semifinal against Serbia, losing both. He played two doubles matches, both partnering with Simone Bolelli, where he would win one in the round robin stage of the Finals against Chile in September.

He did not participate in the 2023 Next Generation ATP Finals despite qualifying for a third year in a row.

At the 2024 Australian Open he recorded his first win at this Major defeating Benjamin Bonzi.
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