Novak Djokovic headed to this year’s ATP Finals at London’s O2 Arena within striking distance of the world number one spot he surrendered to Rapha Nadal earlier this month. The Serbian won his 34th ATP Masters 1000 title on 3 November, beating Canadian Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 6-4 at the Rolex Paris Masters.
Djokovic was untouchable on serve and took advantage of a nervy start from Shapovalov to claim a record-extending fifth Paris Masters title and remain unbeaten against the 20-year-old in their ATP head to head (4-0).
Djokovic added 1,000 ATP Race To London points to his tally and, now standing at 8,945, is only 640 points away from Nadal (9,585), who became No. 1 on 4 November for the first time in a year. Nadal withdrew from his Paris semi-final against Shapovalov, but thankfully made it to the ATP Finals.
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