With his sixth ATP Finals victory on Sunday, Novak Djokovic broke yet another record. He defeated hometown hero Jannik Sinner 6-3, 6-3 in Turin, leaving tennis fans to wonder when he will give up his undisputed domination.
Djokovic entered the Finals after the conclusion of an incredible year that saw him win 40 Masters 1000 titles, three Grand Slams, and an all-time high of 24.
After finishing an amazing season that included a trip to the Wimbledon final, he will mark his 400th week at the top of the world rankings.
With the Paris Olympics rapidly approaching and a gold medal the only major title missing from his list of accomplishments, the 36-year-old proved that he still had plenty to give by defeating the game's two best young players, semi-finalist Carlos Alcaraz and Sinner, in straight sets to take his record-breaking crown.
"Very special, one of the best seasons I've had in my life, no doubt. To crown it with a win against a home town hero in Jannik, who has played amazing tennis all week, is phenomenal," said Djokovic.