Nitto ATP Finals: Medvedev and Zverev compete for the trophy.
The draw box drew two groups that promise some show. In Turin the tournament starts with Medvedev vs Hurkacz and Zverev vs Berrettini.
After 12 years, the ATP Finals leave London to move to Italy, in the city of Turin which will host the most prestigious tennis competition in the world.
Intesa Sanpaolo is proud to be the Host Partner of the Nitto ATP Finals 2021 - 2025, the prestigious world tennis competition, and Title Partner of the Intesa Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP Finals 2021 - 2022, in which the best eight under 21 tennis players in the world compete against each other.
On this occasion, we support the values of participation through sport: healthy competitiveness, respect for the rules, fair play, overcoming one's limits: all the core principles of society and shared by the best business culture.
The trophy of the event was hosted until October 19th and then again from October 22nd to 26th in Area X, the innovative and experiential space of Intesa Sanpaolo Assicura, in the headquarters in via San Francesco d'Assisi n.12, in Turin.
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The Turin urn has drawn two appealing groups full of fascinating face-offs, as one might expect when the best eight tennis players in the world converge in the same city. Four of them, not least, have already won this tournament in the past. The Nitto ATP Finals are landing in Italy, and the Piedmontese capital is ready to receive them, offering to the pure spectacle of the court, a city setting of equal beauty.
Before the kick-off on Sunday, the last element of the preparations was, in fact, the composition of the groups, which equally determines the schedule of matches, a real hot topic for all tennis fans. The two groups, unlike the previous editions, were entitled "Green" and "Red" in homage to the Italian flag and to this magnificent "first time."
The Red Group, also drawn to inaugurate the competition, will launch the dances on Sunday afternoon. The Russian Daniil Medvedev, number two in the world rankings, and defending champion of this tournament, will be leading the charge towards the single-elimination phase. Challenging his access to the semi-finals, Medvedev will encounter the German Alexander Zverev, number three in the standings. He also won the Finals in the past, in 2018, when he would still have been of age to participate in the Next Gen. The group is completed by seed numbers six and seven: the Italian Matteo Berrettini, who will try to make the coup pushed forward by the home crowd, and the Polish Hubi Hurkacz, both at their first participation.
On Monday, instead, it will be the turn of the Green Group, which hosts the only one of the three tenors of the last twenty years who have managed to qualify for Turin. And he did it in grand style. With the number one in the ranking and, obviously, also in this tournament, Nole Djokovic will give the assault to his sixth success, which would allow him to equal the great Roger Federer. To do it, he will first have to come out unscathed from a Round of fire, in which he will cross rackets with the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, already winner of the Finals in 2019; with the Russian Andrey Rublev, in the second consecutive participation; and with the Norwegian Casper Ruud, the third newcomer of this edition.
Watch the live streaming of the presentation event of the Nitto ATP Finals, hosted in the Auditorium of our skyscraper, where the President Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, the FIT President Angelo Binaghi, the ATP President Andrea Gaudenzi, and the Mayor of Turin Chiara Appendino all took the floor.
Last updated 21 November 2021