Jannik Sinner's impressive run at the ATP Finals continued Saturday as he beat Daniil Medvedev 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-1 to reach the final in Turin, much to the home crowd's delight. Already the first Italian to play in the semifinals of the season-ending tournament for the year's top eight players, Sinner went one step further and booked his place in Sunday's final against either Novak Djokovic. Rohan Bopanna-Matthew Ebden Crash Out in Men’s Doubles Semifinals Against Marcel Granollers-Horacio Zeballos at ATP Finals 2023.
Sinner has won all four of his matches at the ATP Finals, including a mesmerizing first-ever victory over Djokovic earlier this week. Sinner has won four of his seven matches against Alcaraz, including the last two encounters. The 22-year-old Sinner is already up to No. 4 in the rankings — the highest an Italian man has risen since Adriano Panatta nearly a half-century ago.
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