Alexander Zverev, champion of the ATP Finals for the second time in his career. The 24-year-old German already won the title in 2018, in London, and now repeats, although in a different location: Turin. In the semifinals he defeated the world number one, Novak Djokovic, and in the grand final the number two, Daniil Medvedev. The Russian was able to beat the German in this same tournament, in the group stage, but fell in the decisive match.
Zverev, for winning the tournament, pockets 1.9 million euros. Nor is it the limit for his defeat, since if he had been an undefeated champion (Medvedev had the opportunity), the winner would earn a limit of almost 2.1 million (€153,000 difference, which the German did not win when he lost in a group match).
In the individual category, Participating by reaching the eight best of the year already had a prize of €153,000. Then, that same amount would be earned by a player for winning matches in the group stage (maximum three). Getting through the semi-finals had a prize of €500,000, and achieving victory in the last match added €968,000 to the prize. Compared to the 2020 edition, which was held without an audience due to the health crisis, the total awards increased by 27%.