This is certain! Hubert Hurkacz will compete in the 2021 ATP Finals. The prestigious competition that will culminate this year’s Men’s Tour will take place from November 14-21 in Turin.
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In 2021, Hubert Hurkacz won the ATP Masters 1000 Championship in Miami and the ATP 250 competitions at Delray Beach and Metz. He was also in the semi-finals of the Grand Slam Wimbledon. On Friday, he reached the semi-finals of the ATP Masters 1000 event at the Paris Bercy Hall. Thanks to this, he secured a place for himself in the ATP Finals, which will end this year’s struggle on the men’s tour.
We already know all the participants of the Champions Tour, which will be held in Turin from November 14 to 21. Apart from Hurkacz, the song will also feature Serbian Novak Djokovic, Russia’s Danic Medvedev (last year’s champion), Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas, Germany’s Alexander Zverev, Russia’s Andrei Rublo, Italy’s Matteo Berrettini and Norway’s Casper Ruud, who qualified Thursday night.
In the 2021 ATP Finals, the season’s top eight singles teams (and the first eight doubles pairs) will be divided into two groups, four in each. Two top-ranked players will qualify for the semi-finals. There are 1500 points to earn. The winner of the singles tournament, who will not lose a duel in the group stage, will receive $2.316 million. The undefeated doubles will get 429K. dollars to split.
Hurkacz will be the second Pole to play in this prestigious competition in a single match. The first was Wojciech Viback, who reached the final in 1976. Piao-Zeroni has also succeeded in doubles in the past. Wojciech served Vibak (twice with Tom Uecker), Marius Fürstenberg, Marcin Matkowski and Okasz Kubot (with Marcelo Melo) in the finals.
ATP Finals 2021 entrant (single tournament):
1 – Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
2 – Danny Medvedev (Russia)
3 – Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece)
4 – Alexander Zverev (Germany)
5 – Andrei Rublev (Russia)
6 – Matteo Berrettini (Wuchi)
7 – Casper Ruud (Norway)
8 – Hubert Hurkacz (Poland)
ATP Finalist 2021 (doubles tournament):
1 – Nikola Mektic (Croatia) / Mate Pavic (Croatia)
2 – Rajiv Ram (USA) / Joe Salisbury (UK)
3 – Marcel Granollers (Spain) / Horacio Zeballos (Argentina)
4 – Pierre-Hug Herbert (France) / Nicolas Mahout (France)
5 – Juan Sebastian Cabal (Colombia) / Robert Farah (Colombia)
6 – Ivan Dodig (Croatia) / Filip Polasek (Slovakia)
7 – Kevin Krawetz (Germany) / Horia Tekao (Romania)
8. Jamie Murray (UK) / Bruno Soares (Brazil)
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