Djokovic remains top of world ATP rankings
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The best men’s tennis players in the world will descend on Turin for the season-ending ATP Finals.
Eight singles competitors and eight doubles pairings will compete in the Italian city as they seek the prestigious trophy.
Novak Djokovic is back to defend his singles title and is joined in the line-up by Carlos Alcaraz for the first time.
The Spaniard missed out on last year’s event due to injury while Djokovic is in form after winning the Paris Masters.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Finals; check the latest odds and ATP Finals tips here.
When are the 2023 ATP Finals?
The ATP Finals will take place between Sunday 12 November and Sunday 19 November at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy.
How can I watch the event?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the action live on Amazon Prime Video.
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Who has qualified for the finals?
The eight singles players to have qualified for the ATP Finals are:
- Novak Djokovic (1)
- Jannik Sinner (4)
- Stefanos Tsitsipas (6)* – replaced by Hubert Hurkacz
- Holger Rune (8)
- Carlos Alcaraz (2)
- Daniil Medvedev (3)
- Andrey Rublev (5)
- Alexander Zverev (7)
Order of play (all times GMT)
Thursday 16 November
13:30: Novak Djokovic vs Hubert Hurkacz
20:00: Holger Rune vs Jannik Sinner
Friday 17 November
13:30: Carlos Alcaraz vs Daniil Medvedev
20:00: Alexander Zverev vs Andrey Rublev
What is the schedule for the ATP Finals?
Thursday, November 16: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm GMT)
Friday, November 17: Singles and doubles group matches (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm GMT)
Saturday, November 18: Singles and doubles semi-finals (Sessions start at 11am and 5.30pm GMT)
Sunday, November 19: Singles and doubles finals (Session starts at 2pm GMT)
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