Matteo Berrettini gay rumours are debunked with his girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic.
Berrettini is an Italian pro Tennis player known for his power serve and forehand. He is currently ranked as the number 9 Tennis player in the world’s singles chart.
As a fact, Matteo even competed in the Wimbledon 2021 against defending champion, Novak Djokovic. Though he lost the match, his partner continued to cheer him on the court.
Matteo Berrettini Gay Rumors Debunked
Matteo Berrettini has debunked his gay sexuality rumours.
Fans are often interested in the love lives of celebrities. This may lead to false gender and sexuality assumptions sometimes.
Likewise, Tennis players are no exception to the gossips. There are indeed female Tennis players like Emina Bektas, Daria Kasatkina, and Conny Perrin, who are open about their homosexuality.
Inversely, the sports lacks any publicly gay male players.
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It isn’t that Matteo Berrettini is afraid to talk about his boyfriend. Instead, he is in a relationship with a girl for several years now.
Therefore, we totally debunk the theory that Berrettini is gay. Even if he is bi or pan, we will continue to support his privacy until he comes out.
Meet Matteo Berrettini’s Partner Girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic
Matteo Berrettini is a partner to his girlfriend, Ajla Tomljanovic.
The couple started dating in 2019 and have been together since then. Similarly, Ajla is also a professional Tennis player.
With both of their involvement in Tennis, we speucalte that the game played a huge role in their bonding. However, Matteo Berrettini has not made Alja his wife yet.
Apparently, both Alja and Matteo are friends with Tennis player, Félix Auger-Aliassime. In fact, Félix is dating Tomljanovic’s cousin.
Who is Alja Tomljanovic?
Ajla is none other than the Croatian-Australian tennis star and former world no 39.
She has four single and three double ITF titles under her name. Furthermore, she is the winner of the 2009 Australian Open girls’ junior doubles.
Originally from Croatia, Tomljanovic became an Australian citizen in 2014. In 2021, she represented Australia up to the fourth round of Wimbledon.
The media recently captured Alja among the audience supporting her boyfriend in the game. This was the first time Matteo competed in the Wimbledon finals.
However, the Italian lost the match against Novak Djokovic. Yet, Matteo won hearts with his determination and persistence.
Alja continues to support her partner nevertheless. She stood up and clapped as Berrettini finished his match.