Djokovic maintains his record ATP Finals bid by sweeping past Alcaraz.
Novak Djokovic defeated Carlos Alcaraz 6-3, 6-2 in a commanding semifinal match ,
to advance in his quest for a record-breaking eighth ATP Finals championship on Saturday.
In what looks to be a thrilling final match, world number one Djokovic will take on home favorite Jannik ,
Sinner on Sunday in Turin as the 36-year-old looks to top off an incredible year with yet another victory.
The year that the Serb entered the competition resulted in three Grand Slams, raising his career total to an unprecedented twenty-four,
as well as his 40th Masters 1000 victory.Now, the only person standing in his way is Sinner.
If he wins, he will surpass the legendary Roger Federer, his former opponent, to win season-ending event titles.
Djokovic faces a difficult task in Sunday's championship match because he lost to Sinner in the group stage and will have to contend with an Italian audience that is partisan.
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