On Monday, the ATP confirmed that more tennis players will have access to the 2021 finals, which will be held in Turin this year. Hubert Hurkacz has a chance to perform in the final season of Masters.

Rafai Smolensky

Danio Medvedev, US Open 2021 Champion

PAP / EPA / JOHN G. MABANGLO / Pictured: Danio Midodio, 2021 US Open champion

The first to qualify for the Champions Tour was Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, who won three Grand Slams (Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon). On Monday, the ATP confirmed the participation of two more individuals.

Last season’s ATP Finalist Danio Medvedev will travel to Turin. The Russian won the 2021 US Open on Sunday. I can’t wait to try to defend my title. Italian fans are passionate about tennis and I’m sure it will be a great event – said the current ATP runner-up, citing the tournament’s website.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, 2019 ATP Finals winner, will also play in Italy. “It is great that I qualified for Torino so early and I am looking forward to playing. Creating amazing memories in London two years ago was the highlight of my career – the Greek admitted.

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Eight of the best singles and eight of the best doubles this season will fly to Turin. Hubert Hurkacz, who reached the 2021 Wimbledon semi-finals, still has a chance to play in Turin. The Wrocław player is currently ninth in the ATP Race rankings, but Spaniard Rafael Nadal will definitely not play in Italy, as he ended the season due to injury.

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So if the final ATP passes had been granted on the basis of the current roster, “Hubi” would have gotten the latter. However, there are still two more months of the season remaining, including the prestigious ATP Masters 1000 Championships in Indian Wells and Paris. Germany’s Alexander Zverev, Russia’s Andrei Rublev and Italy’s Matteo Berrettini are sure to play in Turin. Competing for the last two tickets are Norwegian Casper Rudd, Hubert Hurkacz, Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime and talented Italian Yannick Sener.

The ATP also confirmed more doubles participants on Monday. The first to be promoted were Croatians Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic. Now they are joined by the 2021 US Open champion, American Rajiv Ram and Britain’s Joe Salisbury, as well as France’s Pierre-Hugh Herbert and Nicolas Mahut as winners at Roland Garros.

List of qualifications for the ATP finals:
1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 8,370 points – Qualification
2. Danny Medvedev (Russia) 6380 – Qualifier
2. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) 5470 – Qualified
4 – Alexander Zverev (Germany) 4915
5- Andrei Rublev (Russia) 4030
6 – Matteo Berrettini (Wuchi) 3955
7- Rafael Nadal (Spain) 2985
8- Casper Ruud (Norway) 2675
9- Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 2505
10. Felix Auger – Eliassim (Canada) 2320
11- Yannick Sener (Italy) 2255
12. Aslan Karasev (Russia) 1895
13- Denis Shapovalov (Canada) 1745
14- Pablo Carreno (Spain) 1730
15. Cameron Norrie (Great Britain) 1710

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