Next week’s Nitto ATP Tour Finals is being played for the last time at the prestigious O2 stadium before moving on to Turin for the 2021 edition. It is having to be played behind closed doors due to Covid pandemic restrictions which is a great shame for an event which for the past 1o year- has attracted record crowds and made it one of the most successful events on the ATP calendar.
The draw or he 51st edition has now been made and the two groups for this year have been named as Tokyo 1970 and London 2020 in deference to the hosts of the first and current events.
Group Tokyo 1970
Group London 2020
The first matches are scheduled for Sunday 15th November and feature Thiem v defending Champion Tsitsipas at 2.00pm and in the 8.00pm evening session, Nadal v Rublev.