After beating Carlos Alcaraz in the semifinal to set up a showdown with Jannik Sinner, world number one Novak Djokovic Looking to successful 2023 season with a record seventh ATP Finals title.
The Serbian Djokovic which has won the Australian Open, French Open and U.S. Open this year, taking his tally to 24 Grand Slam titles and overtaking rival Rafa Nadal.
“I had an almost perfect season, Grand Slam season,” Djokovic told reporters after his 6-3 6-2 win over Alcaraz on Saturday.
“Ended the year as number one in the world, reached really all the objectives that I had, broke many records, made history of the sport. Of course, I’m thrilled with the season.
“But one more match to go. Hopefully I can crown the season with another win.”
On Sunday 19th November, Djokovic who will face local favourite Sinner in the ATP final, where he will seek revenge after losing to the Italian in group play.
“He has been the best player of the tournament so far. Won four out of four matches and played some great tennis. Obviously riding on the big wave of support of his Italian crowd here,” Djokovic said.
“He’s going for his first trophy. I’m going for my seventh in the year-end World Tour Finals. I’ve been in these situations before. Hopefully experience can help a bit.
“But I don’t think it’s going to prevail because he’s been playing well, he’s going to have crowd on his side. I know what I expect. I think having already a match against him in this kind of atmosphere helps me prepare better.”