For Jannik Sinner, dreams no longer have any limits. The Italian talent defeated Russian Daniil Medvedev in the semi-finals of the 2023 ATP Finals in Turin to reach the final: this is the first time in the history of tennis that an Italian reached the bottom of a ‘Masters’ tournament. The 22-year-old player from South Tyrol will once again face world number one player Novak Djokovic.Defeated in a tied match in the round robin.
ATP Finals 2023 Turin, Sinner reaches final
After a tough start to the tournament, the Serbian legend unleashed a lion’s roar and defeated No. 2 ranked Carlos Alcaraz in two sets to reach his ninth ATP Finals final.
“My kids gave me confidence, motivation and strength to fight tonight – Djokovic said in the post-match interview – From the beginning I knew it would be an intense match, with Carlos it’s always like that. We Having played 4 times in the last 18 months, he is one of the most complete tennis players I have ever faced. I am the player who spends the most time on the court, finishing in two sets is positive. The break in the first set changed the match.”
So Ray Noll will try to defend the title he won last year against a sinner who has shown that he has no limits, with one feat after another.
,it was a very tough match“He started very well and played better than me – said Sinner at the end of the match against Medvedev – after the break I felt better. Since I arrived I have felt incredible warmth and energy. Especially in the third set I tried to play more aggressively, Medvedev played differently, shooting harder. However, I finally found the right solution, I’m happy with the performance. Let’s see how it goes tomorrow” (here’s what you need to know about the record prize money of the ATP Finals in Turin).
“There is pressure, but I feel positive energy,” the Italian told the post-match press conference. “I’m having fun, it’s a privilege to play in front of this crowd. In the end I played a great match.”
Sinner’s brilliant performance was also confirmed by the defeat. Medvedev, I was very impressed, he is playing very well now, He didn’t make too many mistakes today, he ran well and if you give him an easy ball you feel him moving up the pitch. His service has improved a lot.”
“He is riding the wave now, then we will see how he performs in the final – said the Russian tennis player at the press conference – If he can always play like he has in recent weeks, he will win some Slams and become number one in the rankings., Then it remains to be seen how many Slams and for how many weeks.”
ATP Finals 2023 Turin, where to watch the Sinner-Djokovic final
The Nitto ATP Finals 2023 final between Jannik Sinner and Novak Djokovic is scheduled to take place on Sunday November 19, at Pala Alpitour, Turin, starting at 6 p.m., The match will be viewable 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 Sport Tennis, Sky Sport Uno and NOW, based in Turin. In addition to tennis’ ATP Finals, great football from Serie A, the Champions League, Europe and the Conference League is offered.
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