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ATP World Tour Finals

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
Updated: 12 February 2015

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals returns to London’s The O2 in November for what promises to be one of the most exciting events of the men’s professional tennis season.

The weeklong competition takes place from 15 to 22 November 2015 and is the last competition in the men’s professional tennis calendar.

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals features the world’s top eight qualified singles players and doubles teams who compete for the ATP World Tour Finals title. The matches are played using a round-robin format.


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ATP World Tour Finals Gossip

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    Tennis ATP World Tour Rankings Revealed

    18 Apr 2012

    The latest ATP World Tennis Rankings have been revealed. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) topped the chart in first position with 12670 points while Spanish player Rafa came in at 9215 points, in 2nd position.

    The ATP World Tour Finals will be taking place at the O2 Arena, London in November 2012, with tickets for the event bound to be popular when you get the top eight pro-tennis players competing.

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  • Roger Federer qualifies for London ATP World Tour Finals

    01 Sep 2010

    The World Number 2 joins Rafael Nadal as confirmed for the event at London's O2 between the 21 and 28th of November 2010. Federer described the Barclays ATP World Tour as a "Fantastic Event"

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ATP World Tour Finals News

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    Andy Murray Claims Third Place In ATP World Rankings

    11 Sep 2012

    Scottish tennis player Andy Murray has beaten Serbian former #1 tennis player Novak Djokovic in the US Open, to claim the third spot in the ATP World ...

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  • Djokovich Claims Epic Victory Over Nadal In US Open

    13 Sep 2011

    Novak Djokovic has beaten Rafael Nadal in extraordinary display of quality and skill.

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