Carlos Alcaraz and Holger Rune break a 20-years record!

The ATP Finals in Turin have begun, featuring the world's top 8 tennis players challenging each other.

Jannik Sinner secured a victory against Stefanos Tsitsipas with a double 6-4 in the opening match of the tournament.

Novak Djokovic, the defending champion and ATP ranking number 1, is set to face Holger Rune, one of the youngest players in the group.

Holger Rune and Carlos Alcaraz broke a record by participating in the ATP Finals, marking a generational shift in tennis talent.

This is only the second time since 2000 that two players under the age of 21 have played in the ATP Finals.

Rune expressed excitement about his first appearance in the ATP Finals, sharing his journey and determination to qualify.

Despite facing ups and downs in the season, Rune worked hard to achieve his goal of participating in the prestigious tournament.

Rune emphasized the need to give his best on the court and discussed the challenge of facing Djokovic, who rarely has bad days on the court.

The ATP Finals showcase the talent and competitiveness of young players, contributing to the ongoing generational change in tennis.

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