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The Times exclusively photographs the ATP World Tour Finalists at City Hall, London, with Tower Bridge and the London skyline as a backdrop. Standing in order of rankings for the event:- 1. Novak Djokovic. 2. Andy Murray. 3. Roger Federer. 4. Stan Wawrinka. 5. Rafael Nadal. 6. Tomas Berdych. 7. David Ferrer. 8. Kei Nishikori. The Times Photographer Marc Aspland for ATP

The ATP World Tour Finalists at City Hall, London, with Tower Bridge and the London skyline as a backdrop featuring Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Rafael Nadal, Tomas Berdych, David Ferrer and Kei Nishikori. (photo by The Times Photographer Marc Aspland for ATP’).

As the eight highest ranked players battle against each other in the ATP World Tour Finals, they took some time away to give their verdict on how their season has gone. The year has been dominated by Novak Djokovic, who headlines the ATP Tour going into the final tournament of the season. He has the most tournament titles (10), most final appearances (14), prize money leader with $16,041,009 and leads the rankings with 16,785 points. On the other hand Djokovic isn’t the only player who has enjoyed success on the tour this year.

 

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Ubitennis CEO Ubaldo Scanagatta and Hall-of-Famer tennis writer Steve Flink met virtually to discuss the events that transpired at the 2021 Championships, which were won by world number ones Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty. Here’s their chat:

 

VIDEO SCHEDULE

00:00 – The rise of Berrettini: “He was a little lucky to avoid both Federer and Zverev, but his level was outstanding.”

01:45 – How well did the Italian fare against Djokovic in the final?

06:35 – Zverev has never beaten a Top 10 opponent at a Major – a sign of frailty?

08:25 – Sebastian Korda was one of the most pleasant surprises of the tournament – will he become the American number one?

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15:15 – Hurkacz beat Federer but then couldn’t reach the same level against Berrettini – what went wrong for him?

16:50 – Is Berrettini a better player than he was in 2019 when he reached the US Open final?

27:05 – Will Djokovic go to the Olympics?

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41:40 – Should people in Federer’s camp start to talk to him about retirement?

45:30 – The women’s tournament: “Pliskova’s terrible start to the final was actually a good thing because it got the crowd on her side…”

52:30 – Coco Gauff lost against Kerber – will she learn from this defeat?

Transcript a cura di Giuseppe Di Paola

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Ubitennis CEO Ubaldo Scanagatta talked to long-time Polish tennis commentator Tomasz Tomaszewski ahead of the Berrettini-Hurkacz Wimbledon semifinal. Here’s their chat:

 

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09:14 – Will the winner of this match stand a chance against Djokovic on Sunday, provided that the world number one defeats Shapovalov tomorrow?

Transcript by Tommaso Villa

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