Tennis: Djokovic’s gold mine: Serb has earned almost 20 million {dollars} and 13,000 factors on the ATP Finals

Novak Djokovic didn’t play on Monday on the Alpitour in Turin, however he nonetheless obtained a spherical of applause from the stands.

This time it was as a result of he collected the trophy from the fingers of Andrea Gaudenzi, president of the ATP, which certifies him because the primary tennis participant on the finish of the 12 months for the eighth season. It’s yet one more of his many data.

Djokovic has seen the ATP Finals as a digital gold mine. All through his profession, since his debut in 2007, when the venue was the majestic Qi Zhong in Shanghai, he has amassed 19,686,050 {dollars} and a complete of 13,000 factors.

That has been sufficient to win the event six occasions, the identical as Roger Federer, with whom he might break the tie if he’s topped champion this Sunday in Turin.

The Serbian star has gained the Masters occasion 4 occasions with out shedding a single match. He did it within the 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2022 editions.

With 47 matches gained within the event, solely Roger Federer beats him with 59. This Tuesday, within the inexperienced group, he’ll play in opposition to the native idol Jannik Sinner with the winner going to the semi-final.

Djokovic’s group work throughout a number of languages

Djokovic has numerous completely different voices in his ear. Throughout matches he receives directions in 4 completely different languages. On one facet is Croatian Goran Ivanisevic, one in every of his two coaches.

Ivanisevic‘s work is complemented by Carlos Gomez-Herrera from Marbella. The latter shocked by mixing his phrases in each Serbian and Spanish on the Paris-Bercy Masters 1000.

Milan Amanovic and Claudio Zimaglia are the 2 physiotherapists on the payroll of the most effective tennis participant on the planet.

The primary is Serbian and the second Italian, the identical nationality of Marco Panichi, the bodily coach of ‘Nole’.

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The years do not look like slowing Djokovic down

Djokovic isn’t weighed down by his 36 years. The final six matches wherein he has performed all of the units have fallen in his favor. His final five-set loss was within the Wimbledon closing to Carlos Alcaraz.

4 of his final 5 matches have gone to the wire and he at all times ended up elevating his fingers in triumph.

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