ROMA. Hubert Hurkacz qualifies for the quarter-finals of the ATP 1000 tournament in Paris-Bercy, thus gaining other points in the special ranking for the ATP Finals in Turin and increasing the advantage over Jannik Sinner.
Now the Pole (3,135 points) is eighth, with 120 points ahead of the South Tyrolean (3,015), who remains ninth, therefore currently out of the ‘magnificent eight’ that will compete at the Olympic Palasport from 14 to 21 November next. Hurkacz (# 24 in the world) beat German Dominik Koepfer (# 58 in the ranking) in three sets (4-5, 7-5, 6-2) and will challenge Australian James Duckworth (# 55) in the quarterfinals. Atp).
Sinner yesterday (November 3) was eliminated in the Paris tournament by 18-year-old Spaniard Alcaraz. Next week the last 250 points of the season will be awarded, with the 20-year-old from Sesto Pusteria who will have to hope for an early elimination of his direct rivals to play all out in the ATP tournament in Stockholm.