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Sinner Stuns Djokovic: Ending a 19-Match Winning Streak at ATP Finals

Jannik Sinner ends Novak Djokovic’s 19-match winning streak at the ATP Finals, claiming a thrilling victory in Turin, Italy.

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In a stunning turn of events at the ATP Finals in Turin, Italy, 22-year-old Italian sensation Jannik Sinner put an end to Novak Djokovic’s remarkable 19-match winning streak. The partisan home crowd rallied behind Sinner as he secured a thrilling victory in the group match, defeating the world No. 1 with a scoreline of 7-5, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-2). This marked Sinner’s first career triumph over the 24-time grand slam singles champion and showcased the young talent’s prowess on the tennis court.

Having clinched his second win at this year’s ATP Finals, Sinner is not guaranteed a spot in the semifinals just yet. The Italian will face Denmark’s Holger Rune in a bid to finish the group stage unbeaten. On the other side, Djokovic finds himself in a crucial match against Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz, needing a victory to secure progression through the group and keep his tournament hopes alive. The ATP Finals continue to deliver nail-biting moments as rising stars challenge tennis titans on the road to the prestigious season-ending title.

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