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Rajeev Ram to Compete at 

Nitto ATP Finals in Turin

Victoria Chiesa  |  November 13, 2021
<h1>Rajeev Ram to Compete at </h1>
<h2>Nitto ATP Finals in Turin</h2>
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The lone American competing this week at the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Italy is Rajeev Ram, who's qualified in doubles alongside British partner Joe Salisbury. 

 

2021 marks the fifth year the Ram has qualified for the event, which features the eight top-performing singles players and doubles team of the season, dating back to 2016. He reached the final in his tournament debut in 2016 with Raven Klaasen, finishing as runners-up to Henri Kontinen and John Peers, and reached the semifinals with Salisbury last year. Ram and Salisbury reached six finals together this year, winning two titles.

 

Most notably, the pair captured their second Grand Slam title as a team at the US Open, and were also runners-up to start the year at the Australian Open. As a result of winning in New York, Ram reached a career-high doubles ranking of world No. ADVERTISEMENT 4.

 

Ram and Salisbury, seeded No. 2, feature in the Red Group alongside No. 3 seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut of France, No. 5 seeds Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah of Colombia and No. 7 seeds Jamie Murray of Great Britain and Bruno Soares of Brazil. The Green Group boasts top seeds Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic of Croatia, No. 4 seeds Marcel Granollers of Spain and Horacio Zeballos of Argentina, No. 6 seeds Ivan Dodig of Croatia and Filip Polasek of Slovakia and No. 8 seeds Kevin Krawietz of Germany and Horia Tecau of Romania.

 

After three round-robin matches, the two teams with the best records will advance out of the groups and into the semifinals for an opportunity to play for the trophy. Ram is looking to become the first American to win the trophy since Mike Bryan and Jack Sock triumphed in 2018, and the 17th American to win the doubles title at the event all-time.

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