After Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev also qualified for the ATP Masters in Turin (14-21 November).
The king of Olympus will be well at the Masters Tournament! Unsurprisingly, Alexandre Zverev, crowned Olympic champion in Tokyo this summer, secured his qualification for the Turin Masters, thanks to his victory in the second round of the Masters 1000 at Indian Wells on Sunday night, in three sets against Jenson Brooksby. ” So far, it’s my best season and I’m really happy to have qualified. I will be playing in Turin for the first time and I love playing in Italy, in front of passionate fans. I had good results in Italy (victory in 2017 and final in 2018 at the Masters 1000 in Rome, editor’s note) and I hope that will continue, ”reacted the 24-year-old on the ATP site. This will be his fifth Masters in a row, a tournament he won in 2018 by beating Novak Djokovic, where he was beaten in the semifinals in 2019 by Dominic Thiem, and was eliminated in the group stage in 2017 and 2020.
The 2018 champion returns.
?? @AlexZverev joins Djokovic, Medvedev & Tsitsipas at the #NittoATPFinals in Turin!
— ATP Tour (@atptour) October 11, 2021
Rublev next qualified?
Alexander Zverev has a very good 2021 season, with in addition to his victory at the Olympic Games (which does not earn any ATP points), successes at the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati and Madrid, and in the Acapulco tournament. This year, the German player has not lost any of the finals he participated in. He also played a semi-final at Roland Garros and the US Open, and a quarterfinal at the Australian Open. In total, Alexander Zverev has 17 titles 9 finals to his list. Alexander Zverev joined in Turin Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas, qualified for several weeks. Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud and Hubert Hurkacz would be the other qualifiers if the season ends on Monday. But Jannik Sinner, Aslan Karatsvev, Pablo Carreno Busta and Cameron Norrie can still believe it, especially in the event of very good results this week in California. The first French to breed, Ugo Humbert, occupies 40th place. He can, of course, no longer qualify mathematically.