Turin Masters 2023: Sinner pays Djokovic, Alcaraz with his back to the wall, the program

At the end of a great match, the Italian Jannik Sinner won against Novak Djokovic, putting an end to an incredible series.

Turin Masters 2023: Sinner pays Djokovic, Alcaraz with his back to the wall, the program

At the end of a great match, the Italian Jannik Sinner won against Novak Djokovic, putting an end to an incredible series.

Jannik Sinner continues to progress and this Tuesday evening, the Italian delivered an XXL performance against Novak Djokovic. After 3h08 of play and a spectacular score 7-5, 6-7 (5/7), 7-6 (7/2), the world number 4, galvanized by his audience in Turin, put an end to the series of 19 Djoker's consecutive victories and is getting closer to the semi-finals. Questioned at a press conference, “Nole” talks about the Italian’s progress. "The last time we played each other was in the Wimbledon semi-finals. I won in three sets, but the match was close. It all came down to a few points. But he was already playing very good at that moment. This time, he perhaps served better. The big difference is that he went for the important points, he was more courageous. For my part, I was not aggressive , not decisive enough. I let him take control of the rallies. At 5 all in the third set, 15-30, there is a rally and I should have entered the court. I didn't do it , he does. That's why he deserves his victory." The Serbian will now have to win against the Pole Hubert Hurkacz (9th), who replaces the injured and withdrawn Stefanos Tsitsipas, to qualify for the semi-finals.

On the program for the day, world number 2 Carlos Alcaraz has his back to the wall against Andrey Rublev. After losing his first match against Alexander Zverev, the Spaniard must win or else be eliminated from the race for the semi-finals. In the evening, Daniil Medvedev will face Alexander Zverev in a match that promises to be spectacular. The winner will have an option for the semi-finals.

The top eight players in the ATP rankings at the end of the year are qualified. In 2023, these are:

“Green” group:

“Red” group:

The end of year Masters will take place between Sunday November 12 and Sunday November 19, 2023.

Two matches take place each afternoon, and two more each evening, each time with first a doubles match then a singles match. Afternoon matches start at 12 p.m., evening matches at 6:30 p.m. The finals will be played on Sunday November 19 from 3 p.m., with first the doubles final then the singles.

The Masters can be followed on the Eurosport group's channels and application, also accessible via a Canal Sport subscription.

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