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2020 Nitto ATP Finals

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The ATP Finals are the season-ending championships on the ATP Tour, featuring the seasons 8 top-ranked singles players and doubles pairings on the Men’s tour. Traditionally held in November, the Finals are considered one of the highlights of the tennis calendar and with the 5th  highest number of rankings points available have a significant impact on the year ending world number 1. 

The ATP Finals are unique in that, unlike other tennis events, the tournament is initially a league format with the 8 players (or teams in the doubles) split into 2 groups of 4. Each player or team then plays 3 matches against the corresponding opponents in their group, with the top 2 places from each group progressing to the knockout Semi-Final stage. The matches are all best of 3 sets. The ATP Finals are also unique as the tournament allows substitute players for injured players during the group phase.

History of the ATP World Tour Finals

This prestigious finale has travelled all over the world before moving to the O2 in 2009 as the ATP World Tour Finals. Previously called the Masters Grand Prix, the ATP Finals started back in 1970, in Tokyo, with Stan Smith winning the competition for the first and only time. The Masters then moved around the world until settling in New York City in 1977, where Ivan Lendl dominated the competition, reaching nine consecutive finals between 1980 - 1988.

After becoming the ATP World Tour Championships, the tournament was held in Germany, in the cities of Frankfurt and Hannover, before travelling around the world and ending up in London, to become the Barclay ATP World Tour Finals.

Currently, Roger Federer holds the most wins at the ATP World Tour Finals with 6 tournament wins and also holds the record with 12 years of consecutive qualifying.

2020 Nitto ATP Finals Official Hospitality Packages

The 2020 Nitto ATP Finals Official Hospitality packages are popular for corporate entertaining, packages are available for short sessions in the afternoon and evening as well as MATCH Private Suite which can be taken for either the whole day or individual sessions. The MATCH Business Seat allows access to a VIP Lounge with a delicious gourmet buffet with a private table (on request for 4 or more people) as well as best seats in the lower bowl to watch the world’s top tennis stars battle it out on court. The MATCH Private Suite offers the ultimate private entertaining with a superb four-course buffet provided for up to 18 guests and dedicated hostess and steward service during the event.

Secure your places now to ensure you will be watching the best of the best competing for the grand title of 2020 Nitto ATP Finals Champion, with so much quality on display in the heart of London, why would you want to be anywhere else?

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