Rolex Paris Masters—Paris, France

Sunday’s action at the Accor Arena in Paris, France saw legendary Serbian Novak Djokovic capture his seventh Rolex Paris Masters title, defeating Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-3.

In a match that lasted one hour and 38 minutes, Djokovic struck 15 winners, won 81 percent of his first serve points and broke serve on three occasions.

Improving to 12-1 over Dimitrov in lifetime meetings, Djokovic now owns 40 Masters 1000 titles.

All but securing his place at the world No. 1 for 2023, Djokovic will next see action at the ATP Finals in Turin, Italy.

The 36-year-old has won three Grand Slams this year, while reaching the finals of Wimbledon (losing to Carlos Alcaraz).

Dimitrov, who was aiming to win his second Masters 1000 title, finishes 2023 ranked No. 14 in the world. The 32-year-old racked up 41 wins this year, while playing in two finals. If you’re looking to place a great bet on a player for the 2024 season, then make sure to follow Dimitrov’s progress.

Catch all the action live from the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Italy this on Tennis TV from November 12 – 19.

Get ready for the 2024 Tennis season today, with great tickets to the Australian Open in Melbourne.


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