Novak Djokovic breaks Roger Federer record with victory over Jannik Sinner

Novak Djokovic delivered a commanding performance to defeat local favorite Jannik Sinner and secure his record-breaking seventh ATP Finals championship in Turin. The world’s top-ranked player was relentless, claiming a 6-3, 6-3 victory and redeeming a previous loss to the Italian earlier in the week. Djokovic’s exceptional start and remarkable serving, winning 28 of the first 30 service points, showcased his accuracy and set the tone for the breathtaking display. This triumph surpasses Roger Federer’s previous record of six ATP Finals titles, capping off an exceptional season for Djokovic with a statement win. The victory serves as a testament to Djokovic’s continued dominance in men’s tennis, with just one significant loss at the Wimbledon final in July. His win concludes a prolific season with three Grand Slam titles, the ATP Finals championship, and the year-end World No 1 ranking.

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Novak Djokovic completes ‘one of my best seasons’ after historic ATP Finals title.


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