Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic has triumphed with a record-setting seventh title at the ATP Finals, following a convincing victory over Italy’s Jannik Sinner in the final held in Turin.
Djokovic prevailed with a straight-set win, dominating the court with scores of 6-3, 6-3.
This achievement propels Djokovic beyond the record he previously shared with Swiss legend Roger Federer, who has six ATP Finals titles to his name. The Turin title marks Djokovic’s 98th career triumph and his seventh in the 2023 season alone.
The world’s top-ranked player, poised to begin an unprecedented 400th week at the summit of the ATP rankings, is also gearing up for a showdown at the Davis Cup. Known colloquially as the “salad bowl,” this prestigious trophy is yet another target in Djokovic’s remarkable season.
In the Davis Cup quarterfinals, Djokovic will lead Team Serbia against Great Britain in Malaga. Should they emerge victorious, a semifinal clash awaits against either Italy or the Netherlands, promising a thrilling continuation of the tennis season.