After his fall against Daniil Medvedev 6-3 and 6-3, Novak Djokovic will face on Friday Alexander Zverev, who surpassed Diego Schwartzman, in a tremendous hand to hand to see who accompanies the Russian at ATP Finals semi-finals on the side of the Group Tokio 1970.
The Serbian, a five-time winner of the Masters Tournament, is 3-2 up on the record against the German, champion of this contest in 2018.
The game can be seen by ESPN and ESPN Play after the crossing between Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares against Michael Venus and John Peers. It will be approximately at 11 (Argentina and Chile time), 9 (Colombia and Peru) and 8 AM (Mexico).
It will therefore be a key shock. Djokovic has already made sure to finish this special season as No. 1 in the world and thus equaled the record held by American Pete Sampras, with six years ending at the top of the ATP rankings. For his part, the German is going for a lethal blow.