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The 2023 ATP Finals format pits the elite eight singles players and doubles teams against each other in a quest for tennis supremacy.
From Novak Djokovic defending his title to his relentless pursuit of finishing as the year-end number one, the 2023 ATP Finals format is a direct path to tennis glory.
With the top eight singles players and doubles teams converging at Turin’s Pala Alpitour, the tournament’s structure, from group stages to the final showdown, is a high-stakes journey where victory is the ultimate goal. Let’s explore this format and the journey from the initial stages to the crowning of the ultimate victors.
ATP Finals format explained
ATP Finals Groups
The 2023 ATP Finals unfolds with a distinctive round-robin format, setting it apart from the standard tournament structures seen throughout the ATP calendar. This pinnacle event gathers the year’s top eight players or doubles teams, strategically divided into two groups based on their seedings derived from the ATP Race To Turin and ATP Doubles Team Rankings.
In the group stage, each player or team competes against the three others within their group. The top and second seeds spearhead the two groups, while the remaining seeds are drawn in pairs and placed into the groups. The top two players or teams with the most wins in their respective groups progress to the semi-finals, creating an electrifying knockout stage.
Novak Djokovic is table-topping Green Group with Jannik Sinner, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Holger Rune in tow. On the other side, Carlos Alcaraz is the top dog in Red Group with Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev and Alexander Zverev.
ATP Finals semi-finals and final explained
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