Novak Djokovic has secured a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals crown, gaining revenge over Jannik Sinner with a dominant performance in Turin.
Djokovic showed impressive form, bouncing back after losing to Sinner in the group stage, serving intensely and storming ahead to a 6-3 win in the opening set in just 38 minutes.
Djokovic continued to exert his dominance, taking a 2-0 lead in the second set, although Sinner managed to save three break points in the third game, briefly igniting the match.
Despite Sinner’s valiant effort, Djokovic was relentless, ultimately prevailing as Sinner double-faulted in an anticlimactic conclusion to the game.
Djokovic’s unwavering performance led Amazon Prime analysts Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski to speculate on the possibility of him winning even more titles in the future.
Former British No. 1 Henman suggested that Djokovic could win up to 30 Grand Slam titles, a remarkable feat considering his current record-breaking total of 24.
Henman’s fellow former British No. 1 Rusedski was less optimistic, foreseeing Djokovic clinching at least four more major titles, taking his total to 28 Grand Slam titles.
Djokovic expressed his belief that he is delivering the best tennis of his career, especially following his outstanding performance at the ATP Finals, leaving a powerful statement as he enters the New Year as a top contender for winning all four major titles.