Novak Djokovic gets by Jannik Sinner 6-3 6-3 in the final at the Nitto ATP Finals on Sunday. The match lasted 1 hour and 43 minutes. This is the 6 times won this tournament that the Serbian wins the tournament. Here you can see when his history at this event.
Highlights Novak Djokovic vs. Jannik Sinner Nitto ATP Finals – Turin
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
At the end of the match, Djokovic scored 72 points vs. Jannik’s 48.
Novak served pretty well to win 91% of the points (29/32) behind his first serve, and he won 64% points (9/14) on his second serve. The Serbian fired 13 aces without committing any double fault. Novak won this match even if he had some problems converting his break points after he converted only 38% (3/8) of the procured opportunities.
On the other side, Jannik wasn’t able to conquer any break point (0/2). That was one of the key issues for his loss.
After this contest, the head to head between Djokovic and Sinner is 4-1 for Novak.
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Both players managed to hold their serve for the entire set. The only difference was just 1 break that Djokovic conquered in the 4th game (3-1) just before ultimately conquering the set (6-3).
The Serbian was spot on in converting all his break points in the 3rd (2-1 40-A) and the 10th game (6-2 0-40). On the other side, the Serbian didn’t concede a single break point during this set.
They contested 51 points. The Serbian conquered the set after winning 17 points more than Sinner (34-17). Novak was extremely solid on serve to concede just 2 points (20-2). Regarding the other side of the net, Sinner conceded 14 points on serve (15-14).
Djokovic started the set strong after breaking Jannik Sinner in the 2nd game (2-0). That break was the key for Djokovic to win the set (6-3) since there were no other breaks anymore.
Djokovic converted 16% of his break points (1/6). He had 6 break points opportunities in the 3rd (2-0 30-40, 40-A and 40-A), the 7th (4-2 40-A and 40-A) and the 9th game (5-3 30-40). On the other side, Jannik was unable to convert any of his 2 break points. He had 2 break points opportunities in the 6th game (2-3 15-40 and 30-40).
They played 69 points. The Serbian won 7 more points than Sinner (38-31). Djokovic surrendered 6 points on serve (18-6). on the other side of the court, Jannik conceded 20 points on serve (25-20).