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2021 ATP Finals
The 2021 ATP Finals (currently known as the Nitto ATP Finals for sponsorship reasons) will be the season ending event for the top Men’s players. The event is usually held annually in mid-November, with the 2021 ATP Finals to take place between Sunday 14th November and Sunday 21st November 2021.
The ATP Finals are one of the most prestigious events on the ATP Tour and is played by the top-ranked professional players in Men’s tennis. ATP players compete through the year, earning ranking points with the top 8 singles players and 8 double teams qualifying. In both the Singles and Doubles event, the players participate in a round-round in 2 groups of 4, with the top 2 from each group progressing to a Semi-Final. The ATP Finals were first held in 1970 in Tokyo with Stan Smith of the USA defeating the legendary Rod Laver. The most successful singles player is Roger Federer with six titles, whilst John McEnroe and Peter Fleming won a record seven doubles titles.
The 2020 ATP Finals Singles champion was Russia’s Daniil Medvedev, with Wesley Koolhof and Nikola Mektić winning the Doubles title.
Where are the 2021 ATP Finals?
The ATP Finals has been played at numerous venues since its inception in 1970 but from 2021 until 2025 the event will be played at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy. The 2021 ATP Finals will be the first at Pala Alpitour after the O2 Arena in London hosted the event from 2009 to 2020.
How do I get to the 2021 ATP Finals?
Turin Airport is located 16 kilometres north of the city, offering flights across Europe. You can catch a train from the airport to reach the city. Alternatively, the larger Milan Malpensa Airport is just over 100 kilometres away and has a greater number of services across the continent.
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How do I get tickets to the 2021 ATP Finals?
To purchase tickets and for further ticket information, consult the ticketing section of the official ATP Finals website here.
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Last Updated on November 4, 2021 by Sports Tourist