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Djokovic's Historic Sixth ATP Finals Title, By the Numbers

By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Monday, November 21, 2022

After Novak Djokovic’s historic title run at the ATP Finals, we’re taking stock of the impressive achievement put forth by the 35-year-old.

What exactly does it all mean?

First, it means that the 21-time major champion is in prime position to make a run at No.1 in 2023, but that’s not all.

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Join us for a look inside the numbers…

6 – Djokovic ties Roger Federer on the all-time list for Nitto ATP Finals titles, leaving behind Pete Sampras and Ivan Lendl (5).

35 – At 35 years of age, Djokovic is 5 years older than the previous oldest Nitto ATP Finals champion. That was Roger Federer, who was 30 when he won his last title at the O2 in London, in 2011.

7 – Years since Djokovic last won the ATP Finals title (2015).

3 – Djokovic is the first player in history to win ATP Finals titles in three different decades. He won his first in 2008, then knocked off four in a row from 2012 to 2015, before rolling to the title this year.

$4,740,300 – Djokovic, who went undefeated in Turin this year at 5-0, earns a record prize money payout of 4.7403 million dollars. Whoah.

11-3 – Djokovic’s record against the Top-10 in 2022. He is 240-107 lifetime against the Top-10.

18-1 – Djokovic won 18 of his last 19 matches this season, and finishes 42-7 for the season.

91 – Djokovic claims his 91st ATP title. He is currently just one behind Rafael Nadal, and fifth on the all-time list.

ATP Titles, all-time:

Connors, 109
Federer, 103
Lendl, 94
Nadal, 92
Djokovic, 91

2,000 – Djokovic finishes the season at No.5, just 2,000 points behind Carlos Alcaraz. He has only 360 points to defend at the Grand Slams next season.