Novak Djokovic showed that there are still no limits for him. The Serbian won a record seventh ATP Finals title and has already spent 400 weeks at the top of the world rankings.
The trophy from Turin is #98 in his career, and there are a few more interesting facts surrounding the success on Italian soil.
Most titles on hard
Nole now has 71 tennis titles in the Open Era, tying him with Roger Federer.
The first player after the age of 35 to play twice for the Finals title
At 35, Djokovic defeated Casper Ruud in the title match, and now, at 36, he also defeated Yannick Siner.
The second player after the age of 35 to record 55 wins in a season
Novak Djokovic is only the second player after his 35th birthday to have a season with at least 55 wins. The other was Ken Roswell, who accomplished the feat in two seasons: 1970 and 1973
Most aces in an ATP tournament
Djokovic finished the Finals in Turin with 51 aces, making it the ATP tournament where he has served the most aces in his career. Statistics do not include Grand Slam events.
First #1 to win the Finals since 2016
Djokovic is the first No. 1 since Andy Murray in 2016 to win the Finals title. In fact, the Brit beat Nole in the 2016 final in London.
In the period 2017-2022, Grigor Dimitrov, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev, and Djokovic himself, triumphed at the final tournament, but at a time when none of them were #1.