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How Jannik Sinner Can Exact Revenge on Novak Djokovic for ATP Finals Humiliation in Less Than a Week

Published 11/21/2023, 7:44 AM EST

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Jannik Sinner recently lost to Novak Djokovic in the final bout of the Nitto ATP Finals. The Djoker managed to beat the opponent he lost to in the round-robin and managed to take vengeance. Both players have concluded their ATP season and will now help their country move on to the finals of the Davis Cup, where Sinner might have a chance to take revenge against the Djoker. 

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The Italian youngster has shown his dedication for the ATP finals when he beat his opponents one after the other to reach the final undefeated. This was the first time after Adriano Panatta in the 1970s and Nicola Pietrangeli in the 1960s, an Italian has achieved this feat. Now, he has set his sights on the next trophy without skipping a beat.

Jannik Sinner has a possibility of taking revenge against Novak Djokovic


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The Davis Cup will now be the main focus of most of the ATP stars. We will see Sinner, Djokovic, Lorenzo Musetti, Cameron Norrie, and more display their abilities to help their countries reach and win the final. However, there is more to the Cup than just international glory. For Sinner, there is a chance of revenge over the player who beat him recently. The possibility of a rematch was shared on the official ‘X’ account of the Davis Cup.

They wrote, “Who wants to see this rematch in the #DavisCup Final 8? If Italy and Serbia both win their quarterfinal ties, Jannik Sinner and Novak Djokovic will most likely meet in Saturday’s semi-final… @federtennis @DjokerNole“. 


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The possibility of the two players facing each other is not set in stone yet. However, the passion both players exude gives their team a much higher chance of moving on. Therefore, one can definitely hope that we might see a bout between them.

While both players recently came off of an intense tournament, they are primed and ready to win the Davis Cup. Sinner even showed his dedication in a post on his social media.

Sinner ready to move on to the Davis Cup


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Recently, the 22-year-old ATP gun thanked the fans for coming out to support him in Turin. He said that he never expected that the crowd would be so electric and support him with the passion they did. Sinner further added that he had goosebumps with all the voices chanting for him. After this post, he said that he was ready to move on to the Davis Cup.

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Sinner then said that he was now off to prepare for the Davis Cup. As the Italian showing stark improvement this year; now, he wants to make sure his country can experience the same glory he did.


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Do you think Sinner will be able to avenge his recent loss? Let us know in the comments below.

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