Marco Cecchinato will marry his companion Gaia. From coaching in Spain with world primary Carlos Alcaraz, to a wedding proposal: this was in reality the social week of the Italian tennis participant, who in 2018 had gone so far as the semifinal of Roland Garros.
After the victory towards Novak Djokovic, he was then defeated by Dominic Thiem within the semifinals, certainly. Now the Italian tennis participant has slipped to place 101 within the rating, however on this final week he has been in Spain, the place he educated with Carlos Alcaraz: to immortalize the second, the picture that portrays the 2 gamers with their respective coaches.
The next Instagram publish is of a totally totally different tenor. “She stated sure!” That is the one description that accompanies the picture that portrays Cecchinato together with his companion, Gaia. The tennis participant introduced on social media that he’ll marry his companion, in addition to the mom of his son Edoardo, had in 2018.
Within the feedback, some colleagues got here to congratulate Tatiana Garbin, captain of the Italian ladies’s workforce of the Billie Jean King Cup, who left a coronary heart. Flavia Pennetta additionally expressed herself with good needs accompanied by three hearts.
Fabio Fognini, husband of the winner of the US Open 2015, however, used an ironic tone to congratulate: “FINISHED… Finest needs guys” Cecchinato didn’t hesitate to reply: “I do know!!!”
For Cecchinato, 2022 was a chance to rediscover his tennis.
On this troubled season, two Challenger titles arrived, each within the first half of October: the primary on clay in Lisbon. The second, on the identical floor, in Rio de Janeiro. The latter was the match that allowed him to regain the highest 100, returning to quantity 98 on this planet.
A place that he misplaced in the previous couple of weeks of the yr and returned to the edge of the highest 100 on this planet. The yr is over and now Cecchinato is getting ready for 2023, in view of latest aims to be signed and new objectives to be achieved.