Novak Djokovic will meet Casper Ruud in the final of the 2022 ATP Finals after being taken to a tie-break in each of his two sets against Taylor Fritz in the final four.
Rafael Nadal has failed in his bid to win a first ATP Finals trophy but went out on a high and ensured he did not lose to a top-five ranked player in 2022 with a closing victory against Ruud during the group stage.
Pre-tournament rankings leader Carlos Alcaraz has withdrawn with a muscular injury, and Stefanos Tsitsipas will not supplant him at the top of the end-of-year rankings because he needed a flawless tournament to do so.
How does the tournament work? What are the results so far and what is the schedule? Here’s what to look out for ahead of the start of the showpiece.
When and where are the ATP Finals 2022?
Fifty-two years after they were first held, the finals are taking place in Turin, Italy — where they will be played until 2025 — for the second successive year.