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Djokovic spends his 400th week at the top of the ATP rankings, three Russians are in the top 15



Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic finished the competitive year in first place in the ATP rankings, reports the press service of the Association of Tennis Professionals.

There were no changes in the top ten. Djokovic remained in first place after winning the ATP Finals and leads the rankings for the 400th week in his career, becoming the record holder for this indicator.

Second place went to Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, Russian Daniil Medvedev rounded out the top three. In total, seven Russians entered the top 100 ranking: Andrey Rublev took 5th place, Karen Khachanov took 15th place, Aslan Karatsev (35th), Roman Safiullin (39th), Alexander Shevchenko (49th) were below. th) and Pavel Kotov (67th).

ATP rankings as of November 20:

eleven). Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – 11,245 points

2 (2). Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) – 8,855

3 (3). Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – 7,600

4 (4). Jannik Sinner (Italy) – 6,490

5 (5). Andrey Rublev (Russia) – 4,805

6 (6). Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) – 4,235

7 (7). Alexander Zverev (Germany) – 3,985

8 (8). Holger Rune (Denmark) – 3,660

9 (9). Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) – 3245

10 (10). Taylor Fritz (USA) – 3,100…

15 (15). Karen Khachanov – 2,520…

35 (35). Aslan Karatsev – 1,193…

39 (39). Roman Safiullin – 1,122…

49 (49). Alexander Shevchenko – 947…

67 (68). Pavel Kotov (all – Russia) – 791.

Source: Sportbox

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Katerina Volodko – Alexandra Ignatik. Watch online. Live broadcast




November 30, Ukrainian tennis player Katerina Volodko (No. 273 WTA) will continue to compete in the ITF 60 tournament in Trnava (Slovakia).

In the second round, the Ukrainian will compete against Romania’s Alexandra Ignatik (No. 285 WTA). The match will take place in the second start after the Wagner – Gatovka match. Approximate start time of the fight: 12:30 Kyiv time.

  • All important moments of the match are available in Live mode on Telegram

This will be the second meeting between the tennis players; The Ukrainian player has not won yet.

In the next round, the winner of the match will compete against Sarah Beth Gray (No. 459 WTA) or Mona Barthel (No. 270 WTA).

📺Video broadcast



Source: Sport UA

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Sakkari: defeated Wozniacki in a friendly match in front of 25,000 spectators




Maria Sakkari won 2-0 against Caroline Wozniacki in a friendly match in Mexico in front of around 25,000 spectators.

Maria Sakkari had the opportunity to live a unique experience. The Greek champions took on Caroline Wozniacki in an impressive friendly match La Plaza de Toros in Mexico City.

Sakkari won 6-3, 6-4, but that hardly mattered compared to the experience of competing in front of around 25,000 spectators.

It is estimated that the match between Maria Sakkari and Caroline Wozniacki was watched by as many people as the one that followed between Carlos Alcarath and Tommy Paul.

The atmosphere was impressive in an arena used primarily for bullfights that holds up to 40,000 spectators.

A taste of the impressive scenery in the Plaza de Toros during the fight of Maria Sakkari

It is worth mentioning that Carlos Alcarath won the men’s game with a 2-0 set and showed that he enjoyed the game a lot.

Source: sport 24

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“Djokovic almost always plays better than you” – Rublev




Russian Andrei Rublev noted that Serb Novak Djokovic, even at 36 years old, remains number one in the ATP rankings because he predicts the actions of his opponents.

Rublev finished in fifth place in the rankings at the end of the 2023 season.

– Firstly, he serves very cool: to any point, to any place – very accurately. If the court is also fast, then it is almost impossible to do anything at the reception. Moreover, if he misses the first ball, then his second (serve) is also strong and powerful. Secondly, he moves incredibly, very quickly. Thirdly, concentration and psychology. It seems that you are playing on equal terms with him, everything is 50/50, but at some point his switch switches, and he starts playing at your speed and not making mistakes.

This often happens to me when the ball is convenient, you can score, but Novak still guesses and somehow deceives me. These are details, but they are all about Djokovic. In moments when there is more pressure on both players, Novak almost always plays better than you. He skillfully uses this, predicts your steps. You can hold your serve perfectly, reach a tiebreaker, where with the score 5:5, he will read your serve and accept it so that you can’t do anything,” Rublev is quoted as saying by “Championship.”

Djokovic previously won the ATP Finals.

Source: Sportbox

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