Djokovic Records 7th areer ATP Tour Finals Win

Djokovic defeated Jannik Sinner of Italy 2-0 6-36-3 in the singles final on the last day of the ATP Tour Nito Finals (total prize money of $15 million in Turin, Italy, on the 20th. 먹튀검증Djokovic, who won two consecutive games since last year, won the tournament for the seventh time in his career, setting a record for most wins.

After Djokovic, “Tennis Emperor” Roger Federer retired, Switzerland won six times. The ATP Finals, which is held every year as the final game of the season, is a year-end tournament in which the top eight players in the world rankings come out to determine the winner.

Djokovic received $4.411,500 about 5.71 billion won in prize money for this year’s victory. Djokovic, who won three major tournaments, including the Australian Open, the French Open, and the U.S. Open this year, and won the King of Kings at the end of the year, said, It was one of the best seasons of my life, adding, I am proud of my performance yesterday and today.

Djokovic beat Carlos Alcaras, born in 2003, in the semifinals the day before, and also turned back Sinner, born in 2001, who played on the home court. In the group stage of the tournament, Sinner defeated Djokovic 2-1 7-56-7<5-7> 7-6<7-2>, making it a revenge match for Djokovic.

Djokovic, who was born in 1987, also broke the record of winning the oldest singles title in the tournament he achieved last year. However, the prize money for the championship was higher than this year when last year’s $4.74 million, which won all five games, won four wins and one loss. Djokovic will also set another record in the world ranking, which will be announced on the 20th. It is a milestone to become the first player to keep the world’s No. 1 position for 400 weeks.

Djokovic, who has already been confirmed to remain No. 1 in the world until the end of this year, will be ranked No. 1 in the world this week for 400 weeks. Federer’s record of 310 shares is the longest-running No. 1 in the world after Djokovic. Among active players, Rafael Nadal (Spain) is second only to Djokovic as the No. 1 player for 209 weeks, but Nadal, who is one year older than Djokovic, is currently down to 664th in the world rankings and is virtually set to retire, so the possibility of becoming No. 1 again is slim.

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