The Serbian Novak Djokovic won his record Seventh ATP finals title at Turin's Pala Alpitour stadium, Italy, by defeating the Italian player Jannik Sinner in the finals played on 19 November 2023. The ATP finals are always played in November, marking the year's end of the ATP calendar.
With this win, Djokovic also broke the record of Swiss great Roger Federer, who has won 6 ATP final titles.
The 24 Grand Slam title winner also became the oldest champion of the ATP finals at the age of 36 Years.
He is also the first world number one player to win the ATP final event since the British tennis player Andy Murray won it in 2016.
Novak Djokovic won his first ATP finals in 2008. He also won the 2022 ATP finals.
Novak Djokovic also ended as the world's No.1 ranked ATP player for the season 2023. It is the eighth time Novak Djokovic ended a season as the No.1 ranked player.
The pair of Rajeev Ram (United States) and Joe Salisbury (Britain) defeated Marcel Granollers Pujol (Spain) and Horacio Zeballos (Argentina) to win the ATP final Doubles titles. Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury also won the doubles title last year.
ATP Finals is the season-ending men's Tennis ATP Tour. The ATP finals features the world's best 8 qualified singles players and doubles teams.
The ATP finals initially started as a Masters tournament in Tokyo in 1970.
It has been held in major cities of the world since then.
This was the 54th edition of the singles and 49th edition of the Doubles title.
The ATP has decided to hold the ATP Finals tournament from 2021-2025 at Turin's Pala Alpitour stadium, Italy's largest indoor sporting arena.
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