Novak Djokovic needs just a single win to complete the year as world number one on the ATP Visit, and that is the fundamental objective for the Serbian until the end of the year.
Djokovic missed a great deal of occasions last year, for the most part in the US, which clearly influenced his point count. The Serbian couldn’t contend with Carlos Alcaraz on the rankings making him finish the season underneath the Spaniard.
Alcaraz was in Turin; in any case, he didn’t play yet rather got the year-end No. 1 prize. It was something that Djokovic called meriting at that point.
Quick forward to now, and the circumstance is a piece unique. Djokovic is undeniably bound to complete the year as world number one, which some accept would have additionally happened a year ago.
There is a decent opportunity for that since he went undefeated in Turin to win the prize and seemed to be the best player on the planet. Only one win in Turin this year will guarantee that he completes the year as world number one, and it’s a tremendous objective.
There is a minor opportunity that Alcaraz winds up number one once more, however he’ll require some unquestionably impossible situation of Djokovic losing each of the three of his matches while he goes as far as possible.
Djokovic examined that before the occasion, with the ATP affirming the No. 1 position as his greatest objective.
“For my purposes, the greatest objective right presently is to end the season as the No. 1 player on the planet, so ideally I can secure it. I want one win, so ideally that occurs. And afterward obviously, I couldn’t want anything more than to win the competition too. In any case, that is the objective and afterward we should find out what happens a short time later.
We’ll see what occurs in the primary match against Holger Rune yet he is the number one. In the event that he loses, he can in any case rely on the 20-year-old Spaniard losing one of his matches, or winning one of his following matches. In front of the 2023 ATP Finals, the 36-year-old recollected additionally the last year.
“I had the ideal score. The greater part of my matches, four of five I won straight sets. This is the third time we are here in Torino, there are I several hundred meters, just about 300 meters [of] elevation, and perhaps the fans can’t feel it, yet we can feel it on the court.”
“The ball flies through the air, the circumstances are played unique. So it requires a days to change, as a matter of fact. Yet, it’s wonderful. Exquisite field, extraordinary to be essential for this occasion once more and it’s an incredible participation.”