When Sinner plays, time and where to watch the ATP final

The big day has arrived: today, Sunday 19 November, Jannik Sinner (22) and Novak Djokovic (36) will play the grand final of the 2023 ATP Finals, the second in the ranking in terms of age gap between the players.
The tournament, among the most important and long-lived in the field of tennis at an international level, will be hosted by the city of Turin until 2025.
Thus, Jannik Sinner will play the match at home, having to deal with the high expectations it has generated so far with continued successes.
Sinner is also the first Italian to reach the final of the ATP Finals in 54 years and at the end of the semi-final he spoke about the anticipation that is generated for this, but appreciating the warmth of the fans: "the wave of affection from the people is really a very strong push, it means a lot to me" he declared.
Furthermore, Sinner is preparing to clash with Novak Djokovic, officially the number 1 in the world, counting 400 weeks (minus 1 day) at the top in his career.
The Serbian player won the semi-final against Carlos Alcaraz, currently the youngest tennis player in the world in the ATP rankings.
Jannik Sinner is preparing for his ninth career final at the ATP Finals and could add another victory to the 6 he already holds, surpassing – for these titles – even Roger Federer.
In short, this final has all the cards in play to mark the history of tennis and the trepidation is now sky high.
Here's what you need to know, when Sinner plays, what time and where to watch the ATP final.
When Sinner plays, time and information The final of the 2023 ATP Finals takes place today, Sunday 19 November, at the Pala Alpitour in Turin.
Jannik Sinner plays around 6pm, immediately after the final of the doubles tournament (Granollers/Zeballos – Ram/Salisbury).
The second match of the day is dedicated to the final between Sinner and Djokovic, who will compete for the fifth time in ATP tournaments.
For the moment, Djokovic is ahead 3-1, but still lost in their last match on November 14.
Not that this is enough to make predictions.
Djokovic himself won the tennis tournament in 2015 after losing in the groups, taking home the cup after beating Roger Federer, who had defeated him in the previous stage.
Sinner-Djokovic, the previous ones As anticipated, Sinner and Djokovic have faced each other directly already 4 times, of which the first three were won by the Serbian tennis player.
The backgrounds of the two players in detail.
2021 Masters 1,000 Monte Carlo (2nd round): Djokovic b.
Sinner 6-4, 6-2; 2022 Wimbledon (quarterfinals): Djokovic b.
Sinner 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2; 2023 Wimbledon (semi-finals): Djokovic b.
Sinner 6-3, 6-4, 7-6(4); 2023 ATP Finals (Robin round): Sinner b.
Djokovic 7-5, 6-7(5), 7-6(2).Where to watch the ATP final The final of the ATP Finals will be broadcast live, with commentary by Elena Pero and commentary by Paolo Bertolucci, on: Raidue ; Sky Sports; Sky Sports One; Sky Sports Tennis.
The final will also be visible in live streaming with commentary by Marco Fiocchetti and technical comments by Adriano Panatta on: Rai Play; SkyGo; Now.
There remains the possibility of watching the match live at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, which still has a few seats free for today's match.
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Without a doubt this demonstrates enviable tenacity and technical preparation, but it also means that he can take home almost 5 million dollars if he wins today's final.
Participation in the tournament rewards players with $325,500 distributed over the three group games, while Sinner's victory in the group is worth $390,000.
The semi-final 1,105,000 dollars, while the final 2,201,000 dollars.
Of course, a large part of the recognition the tournament provides is the ATP score.
Sinner, currently in 4th place in the ranking, was in fact awarded 200 points for the clear victory in the group and 400 points for the semi-final.
The final victory is worth 500 points, but by winning undefeated Sinner can get 1,500 points and almost eliminate the gap from Daniil Medvedev, third in the standings.
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