Held at one of London’s finest sporting venues, the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena is the jewel in the crown of the ATP men’s tennis circuit. Drawing huge crowds of over 250,000, the event is also watched by an audience of over one hundred million on television, with viewers keen to find out who will become the season champion. Although Roger Federer has won the indoor tournament for a record six times, the event has been dominated by Novak Djokovic in recent years. Come to London to watch the world’s best players battle it out for a top prize of over one million dollars.
This popular indoor men’s event takes place every November at the O2 Arena in London. Due to its importance at the end of the tennis year, the event often sells out so make sure you book early if you’re planning to attend. You can access the O2 Arena seating map and purchase your tickets here. There are a number of ways to get to the O2 Arena and you can check all of them out on the Transport for London website. The nearest tube station is North Greenwich on the Jubilee Line or you can hop on the River Bus which drops you off right in front of the venue.
If you haven’t attended the ATP World Tour Finals before, you may not be aware that this tournament is a little different from other events on the tour. At this event, the group stage is played as a round-robin tournament, with the eight players with the top ATP rankings being divided into groups of four and playing matches against the other players in their group. The overall winners then proceed to the semi-final and then the final. Players can therefore play the long game by losing a match yet still come back to take the title - thrilling stuff!
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If you’re planning to visit the O2 Arena for the World Tour Finals, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do near to the venue, including: The Tower of London, The London Eye and The London Dungeons. If the weather is nice, taking a stroll to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park is a great way to spend the day.
To find out more information about the ATP Tennis finals, please have a look at the official website, where you can find out how to buy tickets for all of the matches, check out the schedule and find out all the results as the games are played.
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