Live ticker Andrey Rublev – Novak Djokovic (ATP Finals 2022, Red Group)


Djokovic 2022

Djokovic has also collected four titles this year and now has a total of 90 tournament wins. The triumph in Wimbledon shines above all achievements this season, which meant his 21 Grand Slam titles – only Rafael Nadal has one more to his credit. When it comes to the Masters, nobody can fool the Serbs. His 38 titles at this level are unmatched. The 35-year-old even realized the unique Golden Masters – triumphing at least once in all tournaments in the Masters series. There was also a win in these 1,000s in 2022 (Rome). The right-hander recently won in Tel Aviv and Astana in October. Recently in Paris-Bercy, the world number eight couldn’t defend his title and suffered a defeat in the final against Holger Rune.


Rublev 2022

Rublev achieved his supposed greatest success as a doubles player. In Tokyo 2021, the Russian won Olympic gold in mixed with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. He has never managed such a big hit in a single. The former number 5 in the world has made it into a Grand Slam quarterfinal six times – but never beyond. The Muscovite has never won a Masters either, and has two final defeats. So he celebrated his twelve tournament victories at smaller events – a maximum of 500. This season, the seventh in the world rankings accomplished the feat of winning all four of his finals – most recently in October in Gijón.


Rublev at the finals

Rublev is at the ATP Finals for the third time. So far, the Russian has never gotten past the group stage, winning just one match each in 2020 and 2021. The 25-year-old already has this one success in his pocket this year. Two days ago, the right-hander defeated his compatriot Daniil Medvedev after falling behind in a set. The foundation stone for the first semifinals would have been laid, but Rublev also won his first match twelve months ago, then had to play against Djokovic and lost against him – just like afterwards against Casper Ruud and was eliminated.



Welcome to the fourth day of the ATP Finals in Turin! As part of the individual competition, it’s the Red Group’s turn again today. Andrey Rublev and Novak Djokovic meet at 2:00 p.m.