Alexander Zverev won the 2021 ATP Finals. This is the second victory of its kind for the German and he is only the fourth tennis player to win the season-ending tournament at least twice in the 21st century.

Marcin Mutica

Alexander Zverev

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Alexander Zverev was not the favorite in the 2021 ATP Finals. In the group stage he scored two wins – with Matteo Berrettini and Hubert Hurkacz – and lost to Danio Medvedev. Then, in the semi-finals, he presented a surprise and defeated Novak Djokovic.

In the final, Germany faced Medvedev again. And paid the Russian failure five days ago. He played an excellent match and won 6:4, 6:4.

For Zverev, this is his second ATP Finals title. He won the previous title in 2018, defeating Djokovic in the final. He equaled the achievements of Bjorn Borg and Leighton Hewitt with two victories.

The tennis player from Hamburg climbed to eighth place of all time. Roger Federer is the leader – a six-time ATP Finals champion. Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras and Novak Djokovic took second place by virtue of justice – with five titles each.

Zverev also became the fourth tennis player to win the ATP Finals at least twice in the 21st century. He joined Federer (six wins this century), Djokovic (five) and Hewitt (two).

ATP Finals Winners:

number of titles Tennis player (nationality)
6 Roger Federer (Switzerland)
5 Ivan Lendl (CZ/USA), Pete Sampras (USA), Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
4 Eli Nastas (Romania)
3 John McEnroe (USA), Boris Becker (Germany)
2 Bjorn Borg (Sweden), Lleyton Hewitt (Australia), Alexander Zverev (Germany)
1 Stan Smith (USA), Guillermo Villas (Argentina), Manuel Orantes (Spain), Jimmy Connors (USA), Stefan Edberg (Sweden), Andre Agassi (USA), Michael Steich (Germany), Alex Cortega (Spain), Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil), David Nalbandian (Argentina), Nikolai Dawidenko (Russia), Andy Murray (Great Britain), Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria), Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece), Danio Medvedev (Russia)
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For his victory in the 2021 ATP Finals, Zverev will receive 1,300 ATP rating points and a cash reward of $2.1 million.

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