5 Records Novak Djokovic Scripted With His ATP Finals Triumph

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Novak Djokovic stole the show in Turin, where he defeated Casper Ruud in straight sets to clinch his sixth ATP Finals trophy. Djokovic broke too many records with this triumph. We take a look at five of the most notable milestones he achieved.

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Equals Roger Federer's Record Of 6 ATP Finals WinDjokovic levelled Roger Federer's record of most number of ATP Finals titles with his win over Ruud. Both Federer and Djokovic have six titles each, while Nadal hasn't won this tournament even once.

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Levels Rafael Nadal's Record Of Most ATP Final AppearancesAfter beating Taylor Fritz in the semifinals, the Serb levelled with Rafael Nadal for most final appearances - 130 - in ATP events. However, he will need to play 38 finals from now to reach the all-time record of Jimmy Connors.

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Djokovic Becomes Oldest Winner Of ATP FinalsFederer's last ATP Finals title came back when he was 30. Djokovic clinched his sixth title at the age of 35, thus becoming the oldest winner of the ATP Finals. 

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Winning ATP Finals In Three Different DecadesIt was in 2008 when Djokovic won ATP Finals for the first time. He won four times in a row from 2012 to 2015, and his sixth came this year. Djokovic has also got a visa to compete in the Australian Open next year.

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Minimum Six Titles In Six Different EventsDjokovic has now clinched a minimum of six titles at six different events. He has won Australian Open on eight occasions, Wimbledon on seven occasions, and ATP Finals, Miami, Rome, and Paris-Bercy on six occasions.

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