Djokovic eyes record-equalling ATP Finals title

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2020 Nitto ATP Finals 

ATP Tour 
The O2 Arena
London, England 
15 and 22 November 2020
Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic will be hoping to emulate Roger Federer by winning this year's Nitto ATP Finals
The 33-year-old player is currently ranked world number one in men's singles tennis by the ATP. 
Djokovic is looking to clinch his sixth ATP Finals title and equal a record which is currently held by Federer, who boasts six trophies. 
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The Belgrade-born player helped Serbia win its first ATP Cup title at the beginning the year, 2020. 
Djokovic then defeated Federer in straight sets en route to the Australian Open final where he overcame Dominic Thiem in five sets in January.

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Nicknamed the Serbinator, Djokovic won the title at Dubai Tennis Championships for the fifth time in February.
The Serbinator has since added the Cincinnati Masters title and ATP Tour Masters title to his trophy collection. 
Nikolay Davydenko
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Djokovic rates the ATP Finals as the biggest event in Tennis and he reflected on his first win which came in 2008 after defeating Nikolay Davydenko in the final.
"Obviously, the [Nitto ATP] Finals is probably the biggest event that we have in our sport,” Djokovic said on the ATP Tour website. 
“It’s probably the ultimate challenge in a season: facing the Top 8 guys of the year in a group-stage format… 
“Back in 2008 was my first win in Shanghai. That was the last year the World Tour Finals was held there and that was very special, obviously," he added.
"That skyrocketed my confidence and allowed me to believe that I belong at the top of the men’s game with all these guys.”

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2019 Nitto ATP Finals 

Singles' champion: Stefanos Tsitsipas 
Doubles' champions: Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut. 

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Published: 11/13/2020