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By admin: Nov. 21, 2022

1. Novak Djokovic wins his record 6th ATP finals title

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Novak Djokovic wins his record 6th ATP finals title

The Serbian Novak Djokovic won his sixth ATP finals title at Turin, Italy by defeating the Norwegian player Casper Rudd in the finals played on 20 November 2022.  The ATP finals marks the end of the ATP calendar for the year 2022. 

With this win Djokovic equalled the record of Swiss great Roger Federer of 6th ATP finals titles. The 21Grand Slam title winner also became the oldest champion of the ATP finals at the age of 35 Years.

Men’s Doubles title 

Rajeev Ram (United States) and Joe Salisbury (British) defeated the Tokyo Olympics 2020 champion’s Croatian pair of Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic

Carlos Alcaraz of Spain ended the season as the youngest ranked ATP no.1  player. 

ATP finals is the season ending men’s Tennis tournament which was played in a hard court in Turin from 13-20 November 2022.

This was the 53rd edition of the singles and 48th edition of the Doubles title. 

Top ranked players on the Association of Tennis Professional (ATP) ranking are invited to play in the event.

By admin: Nov. 18, 2022

2. Carlos Alcaraz of Spain to end 2022 as the youngest ever world No. 1 ATP Player

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Carlos Alcaraz of Spain to end 2022

Carlos Alcaraz of Spain has become the youngest person to be ranked  No.1 on the  ATP (Association of Tennis Professional ) ranking since the .ATP  started the ranking system in 1973  He will be 19 years, 214 days on December 5, the 2022 year-end ranking date. He has broken the record held by Lleyton Hewitt of Australia who was 20 years, 275 days of age in 2001.

Carlos Alcaraz started the 2022 year as the 32nd ranked player on ATP ranking. This year he became the second youngest male player to win the US open Grand Slam title after Pete Sampras.

He becomes the first player outside of the Big Four of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal to top the final rankings since Andy Roddick in 2003.

Association of Tennis Professional (ATP)

It was set up in 1972 as a body of the Men’s professional Tennis players. .

It conducts various tournaments for professional men’s tennis players worldwide.

It organises three types of tournaments or tours based on their importance.

The top ranked events are included in the ATP tour. The second ranked events are organised as the ATP Challenger Tour and its third ranked tournament are called the ITF Men’s Tennis tour.

It Introduced the ranking system for players in 1973 and the first no.1 ranked player was   Ilie Nastase of Romania.

In 2021 the no.1 ranked player was Serbian Novak Djokovic. 

The Headquarters of ATP is in London, United Kingdom.

CEO of ATP: Massimo Calvelli