On Friday, Jannik Sinner was named the ATP’s Most Improved Player and Fans’ Favourite. Darren Cahill and Simone Vagnozzi split Coach of the Year honors for their work with the 22-year-old Italian.
Jannik Sinner led Italy to its first Davis Cup triumph since 1976, won his first Masters 1000 title, and reached the ATP Finals title match before losing to Novak Djokovic, concluding the 2023 season at a career-high No. 4 in the rankings. Also read: Wimbledon’s Grand Vision: A New Stadium and 38 Courts
After winning three Grand Slam titles and reaching the final of the year’s other major tournament, Djokovic finished at No. 1 for the eighth time, adding to his record.
Jan-Lennard Struff was named Comeback Player of the Year, and Arthur Fils, 19, was named Newcomer of the Year. The Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award went to Carlos Alcaraz, and the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award went to Felix Auger-Aliassime. Also read: WTA, ATP: No penalties for players taking part in Russian event