Wild Cards Atp Roma 2023

Los Wild Cards del ATP Roma 2023


We know the Wild Cards guests at the 2023 edition of the Internazionali BNL D’Italia ATP 1000 in Rome. This season will be played from the 10th to the 21st. May.

ATP Rome draw

ATP Rome results

The time has come to continue with the third clay of the year, the Masters 1000 tournament, the Rome tournament, which is also highly regarded on the professional circuit. The tournament experienced a moment of emotion last year With the coronation of Novak Djokovic, who smiled again under the sky of the Italian capital. Once the final image is known, we will review it Wild cards announced by the tournament organizer.

Men’s draw invitations create a great illusion because of the names of the players receiving them. One of these invitations goes to one of the best tennis players in the country, Fabio Fognini, which is ranked 130th in the ranking. The Italian is on a very negative streak so far this season The balance is 2 wins against 8 losses. Because of his poor qualifying position would not make it to the main drawso this Wild Card is useful.

The second player in the tournament to receive a Wild Card is Luke Nardione of the young promises of Italian tennis, who is already collecting big tournament matches behind him. At only 19 years old, he is already ranked 151, although its dynamics are not exactly good. At the ATP Challenger, Cagliari was left out in the first change, just like in their first matches in the qualifying rounds of the tournaments. Madrid and Banja Luka.

The last players with an invitation have a similar profile to Luca Nardi. Three other young Italians, Matteo Arnaldi, Francesco Passaro and Giulio Zeppieri. The best of them all is undoubtedly Matteo Arnaldi, who is among the top 100 tennis players of the moment. Besides Collect a total of 3 wins against 3 losses during this season as well as participating in tournaments such as Madrid, Barcelona or Dubai.

Wild Cards Masters 1000 Roma

  • Fabio Fognini (ITA)
  • Luca Nardi (ITA)
  • Matteo Arnaldi (ITA)
  • Francesco Passaro (ITA)
  • Giulio Zeppieri (ITA)


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