ATP Finals: How is Schwartzman on numbers to get to Turin?


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ATP Finals: How is Schwartzman on numbers to get to Turin?

Diego schwartzman beat Brandon Nakashima in the ATP quarterfinals 250 from Antwerp and continue with mathematical chances of playing the ATP Finals 2021, which will take place for the first time in Turin.

There are six qualified players: Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev and Matteo Berrettini. Schwartzman fights for one of those two remaining spots.

The last two places today would be taken by Casper Ruud (3015 points) and Rafael Nadal (2985) although it is unlikely that the Manacori will be present since he does not play from Washington, due to an injury. The potential eighth would be Hubert Hurkacz, with 2,955 points.

Schwartzman is currently ranked 17th in the Race, with 1795. If he won the semifinal duel, he would surpass Shapovalov (1835) and if he won the title, he would pass the line of Basilashvili 1885) and Carreño Busta (1925).

They would still be ahead of Karatsev (2075, ATP Moscow is playing), Auger-Aliassime (2320), Sinner (2685, potential rival in the final in Antwerp) and Cameron Norrie (2795).

After this week, there will be three weeks of tournaments: the ATP 500 in Vienna and the ATP 250 in St. Petersburg 250 (from 25 to 31/10), the Masters 1000 in Paris (1 to 7/11) and the ATP 250 of Stockholm (from 7 to 13/11).

The ATP Finals will be played for the first time in Turin, and it will be between November 14 and 21.


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