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November 2023

November saw the ATP and WTA seasons come to a close, with the season-ending tournaments for both tours taking place.

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Swiatek triumphs in Cancun

The WTA Finals was not without controversy, due to issues with practice facilities, low attendances, and extreme weather all week. Despite the strength of the field, there were some very one-sided matches, such as Aryna Sabalenka beating Maria Sakkari 6-0 6-1 and Coco Gauff beating Ons Jabeur by the same scoreline.

Jessica Pegula ended the group stages unbeaten, with Sabalenka the other player from that group qualifying for the Semi Finals. They were joined by the other group winner Iga Swiatek, and Coco Gauff.

Swiatek continued her dominant form by beating Sabalenka 6-3 6-2, and Pegula won the all-American battle against Gauff 6-2 6-1. The Final was another one-sided match, with Swiatek dropping just one game to beat Pegula and win the title, and with it secure the year-end world number 1 spot.

Djokovic ends season on a high

The last Masters 1000 event of the ATP season was indoors in Paris. Novak Djokovic played for the first time since winning the US Open (excluding one Davis Cup appearance). He started slow by his standards, dropping sets to Tallon Griekspoor and Holger Rune.

A big shock came in the other half of the draw, with Carlos Alcaraz losing his first match to Roman Safiullin. Daniil Medvedev also lost his first match to an in-form Grigor Dimitrov, and Jannik Sinner was forced to withdraw before his Round of 16 match against Alex de Minaur. Andrey Rublev was able to make his way to the Semi Finals, but was beaten in a tight encounter against Djokovic.

Dimitrov continued a brilliant week, beating Hubert Hurkacz and Stefanos Tsitsipas to make the Final. Djokovic completed a straightforward win over Dimitrov in the Final to win the tournament.

Paris was also the final event that counted towards qualification for the ATP Finals in Turin. Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alex Zverev, and Holger Rune wrapped up their places to join Djokovic, Alcaraz, Medvedev, Sinner, and Rublev. Djokovic, needing just one win to secure the year-end world number 1 spot, got it in his first match, a tight three set battle against Rune. He was then beaten in some style by Sinner in front of a raucous home crowd.

Tsitsipas was forced to retire from the event in his second match, and after Djokovic dropped a set to alternate Hubert Hurkacz, his fate rested with Sinner, who had to beat Rune to secure top spot, and Semi Final qualification for Djokovic. Despite dropping a set, Sinner came out with a win.

In the other group, Zverev defeated Alcaraz and Medvedev beat compatriot Rublev with ease. Alcaraz did recover to beat Rublev and Medvedev to qualify for the Semi Finals, alongside the latter. Sinner continued to impress and beat Medvedev to make the Final, and Djokovic played to a very high level to beat Alcaraz in straight sets.

In the Final, the Serb would get his revenge from the Group Stages and beat Sinner to win a seventh ATP Finals title.

Canada and Italy victorious in team events

Canada lifted the Billie Jean King Cup for the first time, after beating Italy in the Final. After a hard-fought 2-1 win over Czechia in the Semi Finals, singles wins from Marina Stakusic and Leylah Fernandez took them to an unassailable 2-0 lead.

Despite their women losing in the Final, Italy triumphed in the male equivalent, the Davis Cup. Sinner achieved a memorable win over Djokovic in the Semi Finals, saving three match points, which turned out to be crucial in a 2-1 victory over Serbia. Matteo Arnaldi and Sinner both won their singles matches in the Final to secure their second Davis Cup title, and a first since 1976.

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