Rising tennis star Matteo Berrettini is bringing his A-game to 2022 with the young Italian set to not just play like a boss but dress like a boss too. Courtesy of his new partnership with BOSS.

The partnership also includes a new capsule collection. Image: BOSS

The 25-year-old Italian right-hander brings a formidable presence to the BOSS brand. Since entering the professional circuit in 2017, Berrettini has already reached a world ranking of No. 7 in the ATP singles.

“I have always been a fan of BOSS and it’s an honour to collaborate with such a powerhouse fashion brand – one that is at the top of its game when it comes to style and technical expertise. I’m particularly proud to have the opportunity to give back to the Italian community with each sale from our capsule collection supporting underprivileged children in Italy. I can’t wait to make a positive impact through our partnership,” says Berrettini

In partnering with Berrettini, BOSS is continuing a message of integrated style, one where sport informs the luxury of leisure and tailoring. It’s also a perfect match (point) for the German brand, which has historically always presented a wardrobe known for precise details and excellence in form.

Matteo Berrettini. Image: BOSS.

Tennis has always been one of those sports that carried a finesse that goes beyond peak physical performance. It’s one of the few sports that has garnered its own aesthetic. 

The crispness of the white shirts, pop of colour adopted for individual style by players and of course the technical fabrics to ensure comfort and freedom of movement speak to the heart of BOSS’s own philosophy for clothing.

It makes sense then, alongside their naming of Berrettini as their latest ambassador, that the clothier would tap into this oeuvre of refinement by simultaneously launching the BOSS x MATTEO BERRETTINI collection this summer.

The collection will offer sleek style and streamlined silhouettes, including a modern polo and innovative shorts with stretch for maximum comfort.

Match point to BOSS and Italian tennis star Matteo Berrettini. Image: BOSS

Alongside the new brand logo will feature crisp colors to add that signature BOSS touch. 

A cap, wristband and more sustainable socks complete this dynamic look – the perfect on-court wardrobe but be prepared to wear the collection off-court with a contemporary T-shirt, hoodie and casual pants – both with extra stretch – for an easy-going, laid-back look.  A percentage of all sales will be donated to Berrettini’s soon-to-be launched charity, supporting underprivileged children in Italy.

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