Djokovic, the second with the most participations in the ATP Finals


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Djokovic, the second with the most participations in the ATP Finals

Another important brand, which confirms its validity in the world elite. Novak Djokovic, No. 1 in the ranking, will contest the ATP Finals, the traditional Masters with the eight best of the season, for the 14th year, thus surpassing Andre Agassi in the historical second place.

At the age of 34, Djokovic has already won the ATP Finals five times, the select competition that closes each calendar, like the Czech-American Ivan Lendl and the American Pete Sampras, only surpassed by the Swiss Roger Federer, with six cups.

And Federer is precisely the one who played the final Masters the most times, with 17 performances throughout his career. Now Djokovic will play it for the 14th year and thus surpasses Agassi, since the American acted in that championship 13 times.

Of the so-called ‘Big 3’, only Rafael Nadal was far from the list, since the Spanish played it 10 times, but he qualified many times although due to different physical problems he had to withdraw before the tournament.

Djokovic played a lot in this appointment in London, which in 2021, from 14 to 21, moves to Turin. There will also be the Russians Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, the German Alexander Zverev, the Italian Matteo Berrettini, the Norwegian Casper Ruud and the Polish Hubert Hurkacz, who qualified this Friday in Paris.

Men with the most ATP Finals played:
17 Roger Federer
14 Novak Djokovic (counting this year’s)
13 Andre Agassi
12 Ivan Lendl
11 Jimmy Connors, Boris Becker and Pete Sampras
10 Rafael Nadal
9 Stefan Edberg and John McEnroe
8 Guillermo Vilas and Andy Murray


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