ATP Finals Day 8 - Zverev Downs Djokovic To Win Big In London; What Does This Mean For 2019?

Alexander Zverev delivered on his gargantuan talent in London to add a straight sets win over Novak Djokovic to his one against Roger Federer the day before. It landed him the ATP Finals title, and Catherine Whitaker, David Law and Matt Roberts got together to discuss it on The Tennis Podcast.


With The O2 Arena being disassembled around them, the trio talked about where the final was won and lost, what changed since Djokovic’s 6-4, 6-1 win over Zverev in the round-robin stages, and what the result might mean for 2019.


Could Zverev-Tsitsipas be the next compelling rivalry on the ATP circuit? Will it feature some of the aggro that has been in evidence between the two in recent months?


There’s also a look at the doubles final, won by Jack Sock and Mike Bryan. 


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