This is how Hubert Hurkacz ends the season. Officially. Top!
Another very successful season for Hubert Hurkacz. This time he ended it with a short appearance in the ATP Finals tournament. He replaced the injured Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last group match and faced Novak Djokovic – the later winner. The Polish tennis player’s good form resulted in him finishing the season in the top ten of the ATP ranking. He got another promotion!
Last season, Hubert Hurkacz reached the finals of ATP tournaments three times. In Shanghai and Marseille he turned out to be the best, and at the end of October in Basel he had to accept the superiority of Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassimi. The second part of the season was especially successful for the Polish representative, which resulted in a promotion in the world ranking.
Hubert Hurkacz in the top 10 of the ATP ranking. Good news at the end of the season
On Monday, November 20, right after the end of the final tournament in Turin, the official ATP ranking at the end of the season was released. In it, Hurkacz advanced to the top ten and is currently in ninth place. Compared to the last ranking, it advanced by two positions.
The leader is still Novak Djokovic, who triumphed at the ATP Finals for the seventh time in his career on Sunday. He is currently 1,490 points ahead of Carlos Alcaraz. Daniil Medvedev completes the top three.
Casper Ruud dropped out of the top ten at the end of the season and is currently in 11th place. It was at the expense of the Norwegian that Hubert Hurkacz jumped to the top.
ATP Ranking – November 20, 2023:
- 1. Novak Djokovic – 9,945 points
- 2. Carlos Alcaraz – 8,455 points
- 3. Danil Medvedev – 7,200 points
- 4. Jannik Sinner – 5,490 points
- 5. Andrei Rublev – 4,805 points
- 6. Stefanos Tsistipas – 4,235 points
- 7. Alexander Zwerew – 3585 points
- 8. Holger Rune – 3,460 points
- 9. Hubert Hurkacz – 3245 points
- 10. Taylor Fritz – 3,100 points
Now the tennis players have a few weeks to rest and train before the next season. This one will start in January. The first ATP tournament is scheduled for January 8 in Adelaide. A week later, the Grand Slam Australian Open will begin.