Confirmed. The current champion Stefanos Tsitsipas Y Alexander Zverev, winner of the title in 2018, they qualified for the ATP Finals, which will take place in London from November 15 to 22.
The two individual places occupied by Greek and German allow them to join Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev in the 50th edition of the tournament, which began in 1970.
Tsitsipas defeated Dominic Thiem in the 2019 final in his tournament debut, to become the youngest ATP Finals champion since Lleyton Hewitt, who did so at age 20, in 2001. Two years ago, Zverev was the first German champion of the season-ending tournament since Boris Becker in 1995.
It should be remembered that after the completion of Roland Garros, Diego Schwartzman was confirmed as No. 8 in the ATP ranking and is the next in the ranking, before the loss of Roger Federer. After a fantastic French Open, in which it reached the semifinal (He fell to champion Rafael Nadal), the Peque became the 12th Argentine to be among the 10 best in the world. They also climbed positions Facundo Bagnis and Francisco Cerúndolo.