Jannik Sinner no longer wants to stop being surprised as he finds himself in front of Ray Noll, Even in his first win at the 2023 ATP Finals against Stefanos Tsitsipas, following his latest victories at the Masters 500 in Beijing and Vienna, the 22-year-old from South Tyrol confirmed his ever-improving physical and mental condition. The Italian arrived at the Turin event as world number 4 and has the chance to crown the successes he has achieved this year by defeating number one Nole Djokovic for the first time. The Serbian champion returned to the top by winning the first match of the ATP Finals: for the 36-year-old it was the eighth year in his career when he ranked first in the rankings.
ATP Finals Turin 2023, debut of Sinner and Djokovic
No. 6 Tsitsipas was no match for the South Tyrolean and the 22-year-old Italian is aware of his strengths: “i managed to play perfectly, We hope this continues. I enjoy meeting strong people. The public support is crazy” Sinner said at the end of the first match, won in two sets, in front of a crowd of about 12 thousand.
Having arrived in Turin with these premises, Sinner will have the opportunity to turn a dream 2023 into his anointing season, which saw him win his first Masters 1000 in Toronto and equal Adriano Panatta, the only Italian to reach fourth place in the rankings. Gave a chance to. , since the ATP Rankings have existed. But first we have to recover from number one in the world.
The victory in the first match of the green group of the 2023 ATP Finals is also for Noel Djokovic, who was victorious against Dane Holger Roon, ranked 8th: “I really appreciate the support I have in ItalyI feel at home here – said the Serbian tennis player.
“I ruined two rackets, I’m not proud of it – said the 36-year-old – but I’m a man like everyone else. Sometimes emotions and tension make themselves felt on the pitch. I’m glad to win against such an opponent. Found a way that played incredible from the very first game. I knew from the beginning it was going to be a long match. I felt the weight of being able to finish the year as number one in the world. 1. Sometimes “Against Roon, I feel like I’m playing in front of a mirror. I respect him a lot.”
The match between Jannik Sinner and Noel Djokovic will be his at the Nitto ATP Finals 2023 in Turin First comparison on concrete, in the last threeItalians have lost every time so farIn this year’s last semi-final at Wimbledon, the Serbian won in three sets to nil. But in the 2022 quarterfinals on the grass of the All England Club, the South Tyrolean managed to win the first two sets, but came back to lose in the fifth set.
The first comparison between the two is earlier 2021 Monte-Carlo MastersWith Djokovic’s success in two sets.
ATP Finals Turin 2023, where to watch the match between Sinner-Djokovic
The match between Jannik Sinner and Novak Djokovic is scheduled for the second day of the Green Group of the Nitto ATP Finals 2023. Tuesday November 14th, 9pmAt Pala Alpitour in Turin. The match will be watchable free-to-air on Rai 2, while it will be broadcast to subscribers, with commentary from Elena Pero and technical commentary from Paolo Bertolucci, streaming on Sky Sports Tennis, Sky Sports Uno and NOW. Turin offers the great football of Serie A, the Champions League, Europe and the Conference League, in addition to the ATP Finals of tennis.
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