O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom.
Sunday 15th November 2020 - Sunday 22nd November 2020.
How to watch the ATP Finals in the UK?
The best eight tennis players in the world compete for the last-ever ATP Tour Finals tournament at the O2 Arena in London.
Djokovic is a five-time winner of this event with four of those wins coming in London. 2015 was his last ATP Finals victory and despite making the final at Roland Garros; his previous match was a disaster as he was thrashed 6-2, 6-1 by the rather unheralded Lorenzo Sonego.
2020 had been a relatively poor year for Medvedev, and more was expected of him after his performances at the 2019 US Open. However, he ended his run of poor results with a win at the Paris Masters - beating Alexander Zverev in the final. He had a disaster here last year by losing all three of his group matches. He'll be determined to rectify that this year.
Zverev's performances at the grand slams have improved dramatically this year making the semis of the Australian Open and the final at the US Open. He lost to Dominic Thiem both times with the latter coming after being two sets up. He made the semis here in 2019 and will definitely fancy his chances to go one better after recently winning two ATP 250 tournaments in Cologne.
Schwartzman's deep runs at the Rome Masters and US Open meant that he climbed up the rankings to win the last qualifying spot here. He was thrashed by fellow contenders Medvedev and Zverev indoors not long ago, and his performances will have to improve drastically if he wants to challenge for the title. His best surfaces are clay and outdoor hard suggesting he could be in for an early exit. He is obviously still a top player and will be desperate to prove the doubters wrong.
This is easily the most high-profile tournament that Nadal has never won with his best results being a beaten finalist in 2010 and 2013. The low bounces on indoor courts make the topspin that Nadal generates less effective when compared to other surfaces. Can he finally win his first ATP Tour Finals tournament?
Thiem finally won his first slam this year at the US Open but has only played in two tournaments since. He lost a close five-set match against Schwartzman in the quarter-finals of Roland Garros, and he suffered another quarter-final loss to Andrey Rublev at his hometown tournament in Vienna. He made the final here last year and don't be surprised if he manages to go one better this time around.
Tsitsipas won here last year making it by far his best tournament performance of his career to date. However, he has recently suffered two early losses in Paris and Vienna, meaning that his form going into this one is far from ideal. Can he win in London for the second year in a row?
Rublev's two recent wins in Vienna and St. Petersburg allowed him to claim a spot for this year's finals. This is his first Tour Finals and considering his form — he'll be confident of winning the whole thing.
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