Tennis player Wesley Koolhof can take the title at the ATP Finals in London with his Croatian double partner Nikola Mektic. The duo will be on the hard court in the O2 Arena in the final from 4.30 p.m. against the Austrian Jürgen Melzer and Edouard Roger-Vasselin from France. Koolhof and Mektic play together for the last time.
Shortly before Mektic’s end-of-year tournament, the 31-year-old Gelderlander was told that the Croat will play with his fellow countryman Mate Pavic in 2021. Koolhof found a new double partner in 38-year-old Pole Lukasz Kubot. Koolhof and Mektic, who reached the final of the US Open earlier this year, can conclude their partnership with a win from the ATP Finals.
The final battle in singles is between Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev. The Austrian winner of the US Open defeated the Serbian Novak Djokovic, the number 1 in the world, in the semi-finals in a nerve-racking match. Medvedev settled with Rafael Nadal, the Spanish number 2 in the world who is still waiting for his first overall victory at the ATP Finals. Thiem and Medvedev have never won the season finale either.