Before the men’s tennis season with the ATP Finals in Turin and the Davis Cup in Innsbruck, Turin and Madrid finally comes to an end, Novak Djokovic is again in top form: with the finals in Paris-Bercy, again prematurely number one in the world at the end of the year ( for the seventh time), with the 37th title at a Masters 1000 event, now also in this list of sole record holders. The 34-year-old Serb has had a sensational season and is still hungry for more.
After the 4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 3 final success in the east of Paris over his conqueror at the US Open in New York, the Russian Daniil Medvedev, Djokovic didn’t want to say much about the missed “Grand Slam”. “Yes, I love breaking records. I’ve always been honest enough to say that the history of our sport is a great motivation for me,” said Djokovic.
As early as November 14th, the “Masters”, the ATP Finals, will see the eight best players of the season for the next title. Should he manage to triumph in Turin, he could catch up with Roger Federer, who won the season’s final tournament six times.