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  • Venue: Pala Alpitour,Turin, Italy
  • Sunday November 12 – Sunday November 19

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The Finals line up is as follows:


Sinner vs Djokovic


Granollers & Zeballos vs Ram & Salisbury

Djokovic gunning for record seventh title

The  top men’s tennis players descend on Turin as eight singles players and eight doubles teams will compete for the end-of-season trophies in Turin from November 12 to 19.

Novak Djokovic will be the defending singles champion but will face strong competition as he looks to win the tournament for a record seventh time. Joining Djokovic at the ATP Finals for the first time will be Carlos Alcaraz, who missed the 2022 event through injury. Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury will look to defend their doubles title.

ATP Finals: Singles

The eight singles players to have qualified for the ATP Finals are:

  • Novak Djokovic
  • Carlos Alcaraz
  • Daniil Medvedev
  • Jannik Sinner
  • Andrey Rublev
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Alexander Zverev
  • Holger Rune

Just below the eight to make the cut, Hubert Hurkacz is likely to finish ninth in the Race to Turin standings and Taylor Fritz looks set for  10th after his season was ended by injury.

As well as Alcaraz, Rune will also be a debutant. Sinner has qualified automatically for the first time after previously coming in as a replacement.

Singles draw

Green Group: Novak Djokovic (1), Jannik Sinner (4), Stefanos Tsitsipas (6), Holger Rune (8)

Red Group: Carlos Alcaraz (2), Daniil Medvedev (3), Andrey Rublev (5), Alexander Zverev (7)

ATP Finals: Doubles

The eight doubles teams to have qualified for the ATP Finals are:

  • Ivan Dodig & Austin Krajicek
  • Wesley Koolhof & Neal Skupski
  • Rohan Bopanna & Matthew Ebden
  • Marcel Granollers & Horacio Zeballos
  • Santiago Gonzalez & Edouard Roger-Vasselin
  • Rajeev Ram & Joe Salisbury
  • Maximo Gonzalez & Andres Molteni
  • Rinky Hijikata & Jason Kubler

Jamie Murray and Michael Venus will end up in ninth place in the rankings.

Doubles draw

Green Group: Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek (1), Santiago Gonzalez and Edouard Roger-Vasselin (4), Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos (5) and Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni (7)

Red Group: Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski (2), Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden (3), Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury (6) and Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler (8)

Format and Schedule

The eight singles players and doubles teams will be divided into two groups, with the first and second seeds placed in different groups.

Each player/team will face the other three players/teams in their group in a best-of-three set match (doubles has a 10-point tie-break rather than a third set).

The top two players/teams in each group will progress to the semi-finals, with the winners of the groups facing the runner-up from the other group.

If two players/teams are tied for the same number of wins in the group then the final standings will be decided by most matches played (a 2-1 win-loss record beats a 2-0 win-loss record), head-to-head results, highest percentage of sets won, highest percentage of games won, highest ranking position at end of the regular season.

The schedule is as follows (times stated are GMT)

Sunday, November 12: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Monday, November 13: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Tuesday, November 14: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Wednesday, November 15: Singles and doubles group matches(Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Thursday, November 16: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Friday, November 17: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Saturday, November 18: Singles and doubles semi-finals (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm)

Sunday, November 19: Singles and doubles finals (Session starts at 2pm)


There have been some titanic clashes in the developing rivalry between Djokovic and Alcaraz already this year, and we are expecting something similar in their semi-final. I feel that Djokovic, who has been very selective with the tournaments he has played this year, is not ready to step aside just yet and will go on to win. I back him to go on to win the tournament, though the form of Medvedev and, especially Sinner, mean that they cannot be ignored. You could argue that both men are currently in better form than the top two and Bettors might think about backing one of these two.

In the doubles after the exit of Dodig and Krajicek, I feel that Ram and Salisbury will successfully defend their title.

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