Novak Djokovic won his sixth ATP Finals title on Sunday by defeating Casper Roud 7-5, 6-3 in Italy.
This is the first Serbian ATP Finals title since 2015. With the sixth title, he achieved Roger Federer’s all-time record for most ATP Finals titles in men’s tennis history.
The title marks the end of the 2022 tennis season, the year in which Djokovic won Wimbledon And three other titles. He will end the year ranked fifth in the world, at Tennis.comIt’s quite an achievement after playing in just 11 tournaments and not winning any ranking points from his Wimbledon title.
It’s been a tumultuous year for Djokovic, though, after that He was not allowed to compete in the Australian Open Due to not being vaccinated against COVID-19, which was a requirement to enter the country. He wasn’t able to play in various other tournaments for the same reason.
It really was Djokovic Survey to enter Australia For the opening slot of the 2023 Grand Slam tournament.
One of the standout players this season was Rafael Nadal, who started his season Winning 20 consecutive matches And the Capture the Australian Open. he is too A record 14 French Open wins in June. With these two Grand Slam wins, Nadal has the most Grand Slam titles in men’s tennis history with 22 titles. Djokovic follows closely with 21.
Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz ends the 2022 season with the world’s first ranking. The 19-year-old has enjoyed a distinguished season, winning five titles this year. Including the US Open. Alcaraz did not compete in the ATP Finals due to injury.
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