ATP Finals

The ATP Finals is an annual event held in November that showcases the top ATP tennis singles and doubles players.

The ATP Finals is the last big tournament played each year on the ATP Tour and is sometimes regarded as being the fifth grand slam of Men’s Tennis.

Every year a “Race to the ATP Finals” is run by the ATP where players earn points throughout the year in order to qualify for the ATP Finals in November.

The top singles and doubles players that make it to the ATP finals will have usually won at least one of the bigger tournaments throughout the year e.g. a grand slam or a Masters 1000 event.

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ATP Finals Guide
ATP Finals 2022 – Torino Italy

Where will the ATP Finals be held in 2022?

After 12 very successful years based in the O2 in London, the ATP Finals moved to its new home in Torino in Italy in 2021.

The 2022 tournament in Turin will run over the course of a week from the 13th to the 20th of November 2022.

The first 6 days of the tournament will consist of one afternoon session and one evening session. On Sunday the 20th of November, there will be only one afternoon session.

See the tournament schedule below for more details.

Schedule for 2022 ATP Finals

DateSessionStart TimeMatchesRound
Sunday 13 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Sunday 13 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Monday 14 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Monday 14 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Tuesday 15 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Tuesday 15 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Wednesday 16 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Wednesday 16 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Thursday 17 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Thursday 17 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Friday 18 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Friday 18 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchRound robin
Saturday 19 November 2022Afternoon11:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchSemifinals
Saturday 19 November 2022Evening18:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchSemifinals
Sunday 20 November 2022Afternoon14:301 Doubles Match followed by one singles matchFinals

Who has qualified for the 2022 ATP Finals?

No singles and doubles players have qualified for the 2022 ATP Finals in Turin Italy yet but below is a list of players who qualified for the 2021 ATP Finals.

Notable absentees from the 2021 ATP finals are Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, both of whom missed out on qualifying for the tournament due to injury issues they had in 2021.

Singles Players

Novak Djokovic – 2021 Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon Champion

Daniil Medvedev – 2021 US Open Champion

Stefanos Tsitsipas – 2021 French Open Runner Up

Alexander Zverev – Olympic Gold Medalist

Andrey Rublev – Finalist in the Masters 1000 events at Monte Carlo and at the Western & Southern Open

Matteo Berrettini – 2021 Wimbledon Runner Up

Casper Ruud – Winner of 5 ATP titles in 2021

Hubert Hurkacz – 2021 Miami Open Champion

Doubles Teams

Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic – 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Doubles Champions

Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury – 2021 US Open Men’s Doubles Champions

Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos – Champions in men’s doubles at the Masters 1000 in Madrid and Cincinnati in 2021.

Pierre-Huges Herbert and Nicolas Mahut – 2021 French Open Men’s Doubles Champions

Ivan Dodig and Filip Polasek – 2021 Australian Men’s Open Doubles Champions

Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah – Won two ATP Tour titles in 2021 at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships and the Barcelona Open.

Kevin Krawietz and Horia TecauHalle Open Doubles Champions

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares – 2021 US Open Men’s Doubles Finalists

Tickets for the 2022 ATP Finals in Torino Italy

Tickets for the 2022 ATP Finals in Torino Italy are available from the official Nitto ATP Finals website. Ticket Prices start from €41.80.

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