Wednesday saw the 53rd Nitto ATP Finals presented in the bioclimatic greenhouse atop Intesa San Paolo Skyscraper. Turin will host the Masters Tournament for the second time in a row.
From Nov. 13 to 20, the best eight players in the league will be in the Italian capital. Additionally, FIT President Angelo Binaghi and ATP President Andrea Gaudenzi addressed the future of Italian tennis and FIT’s expansion in attendance at this occasion.
Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner are mentioned by Binaghi.
Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner, as well as the rest of our players, need to acquire the points they need to qualify for the Champions League in the next four months, according to Binaghi, as quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
When it comes to the organizing of the event, “we will live up to expectations and aspire to go even better,” according to the original Masterplan, which included a Fan Village and centralized areas for the public in Piazza d’Armi and Grande Torino squares directly in front of the venue.
On the other hand, Gaudenzi was more concerned with the results of 2021. It wasn’t easy to beat London, but “one edition was enough to grasp the organizational qualities of Turin that we will undoubtedly use with Fit in the future edition,” says the president of the Turin Olympic Committee.
According to a stipulation imposed by ATP in previous years, the eighth-place finisher in the Race to Turin may miss out on a berth at this year’s Finals.
Despite Novak Djokovic‘s inability to win a game in two of the first three Grand Slams of the year, Wimbledon’s victory has drastically transformed his fortunes. To qualify for the ATP Finals, the Serbian would only need to complete the season in the top 20.