Jack Draper in action this summer.

ATP June Recap: Sinner, Paul Capture Titles Ahead of Wimbledon

With the ATP calendar turning to the grass courts in June, there was plenty of action over a three-week period as players looked to get in the best shape ahead of Wimbledon.

Below is the complete list of ATP winners in June (following Roland Garros):

June 10-16:
ATP 250 Stuttgart: Jack Draper def. Matteo Berrettini
ATP 250 ‘s-Hertogenbosch: Alex de Minaur def. Sebastian Korda

June 17-23:
ATP 500 Queen’s Club: Tommy Paul def. Lorenzo Musetti
ATP 500 Halle: Jannik Sinner def. Hubert Hurkacz

June 23-29:
ATP 250 Mallorca: Alejandro Tabilo def. Sebastian Ofner
ATP 250 Eastbourne: Taylor Fritz def. Max Purcell

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Let’s take a closer look at a few of the top performers:

Jack Draper (UTR 15.78)

Defeating Carlos Alcaraz and capturing his first ATP title has made for a pretty great month for 22-year-old Jack Draper. First up for Draper was the Stuttgart title. En route to that career pinnacle, he ousted Frances Tiafoe in the quarterfinals. For the championship, he was victorious over Matteo Berrettini by a score of 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4. Riding that result, Draper entered Queen’s Club and upset ATP No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz in the second round for his biggest career win so far. After starting the year at ATP No. 61, Draper is up to a high of world No. 29 and will be seeded at his home Slam for the first time.

Tommy Paul (UTR 15.93)

Tommy Paul has quietly been putting together a very strong season, capped with his biggest career title – the ATP 500 Queen’s Club crown. In the final, he defeated Lorenzo Musetti 6-1, 7-6(8). Paul, with two titles this season and semifinal runs in Rome and Indian Wells, continues to knock on the door of the ATP Top 10. The No. 12 seed at Wimbledon, Paul will hope his recent grass success continues. He has only played at the All England Club twice in his career, with fourth and third-round appearances in 2022 and 2023.

Jannik Sinner (UTR 16.34)

In his first tournament as the world’s No. 1-ranked ATP player, Jannik Sinner secured the Halle crown, one of the premier grass tune-ups ahead of Wimbledon. It definitely wasn’t a straightforward journey, as he needed three-set victories – with each featuring tiebreakers – in his opening three matches. In the final, he defeated Hubert Hurkacz 7-6(8), 7-6(3). It is Sinner’s first grass title as he heads to Wimbledon as the No. 1 seed.

Alejandro Tabilo (UTR 15.69)

One of the tour’s biggest rising stars this year, Alejandro Tabilo won his maiden grass-court title in Mallorca to become the first Chilean to win an ATP tournament on the surface. His journey to the trophy included a 2-6, 6-2, 7-6(3) triumph over Gael Monfils in the semifinals and a 6-3, 6-4 win against Sebastian Ofner in the final. Tabilo, who will subsequently make his ATP Top 20 debut, has now won his first two ATP titles in an incredible 2024. He will be making his second Wimbledon appearance, where he lost in the second round last year.

Matteo Berrettini (UTR 15.80)

Dealing with injuries, Matteo Berrettini has had a halting 2024 season. He made his debut at an ATP Challenger in March, won an ATP 250 title at Marrakech in April, and then skipped most of the clay season – including Roland Garros. But the Italian proved he is back in Stuttgart. Stringing together four victories, he was only stopped in the final by Draper. The 2021 Wimbledon runner-up, Berrettini will be one to watch at the All England Club as he hopes to keep his form.

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