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All the Information about ATP World Tour Finals 2019

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ATP Tour 2019

The wait is over. Finally, the ATP World Tour Finals details are announced and we at Sportycious are pleased to share all the information about ATP World Tour Finals 2019 which is going to play at London’s O2 Arena once again. The World No.1 tennis player Novak Djokovic is going to lead the 8 men pack of top tennis players of the world in the up coming tournament. If Djokovic ends this year with winning this tournament it will be his third consecutive year as a winner of the ATP World Tour Finals and ending the year as No. 1 tennis player of the world as well. Despite being at No. 3 Rafael Nadal is not playing the tournament because of an appendix surgery he went through just yesterday.

ATP Tennis Schedule 2019

As we all know there are two groups for the ATP World Tour Finals, in which the eight players are divided and then they play against each other ones, before advancing to the semifinals. In Group A, Novak Djokovic will be accompanied by Stan Wawrinka, Tomas Berdych, and Martin Cilic. After winning the BNP Paribas Masters last weekend Milos Raonic of Serbia has broken into the ATP World Tour Finals list and he is going to be the part of Group B in which he will find Kei Nishikori, Andy Murray and Roger Federer playing against him and against each other very soon.

The ATP World Tour Finals 2019 will start from 10th November and the final will be played on 17th November. The official broadcaster in the UK for the tournament is BBC (UK) and in USA it will be the Tennis Channels for which a subscription will be required. You can also enjoy the tournament on internet by logging in to the live streams provided by BBC iPlayer and the Tennis Channel.

For the doubles, Bryan Brothers are lined up in the Group A with Kubot/Lindstedt, Peya/Soares and Rojer/Tecau. While in Group B Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin will be up against Granollers/Lopez, Nestor/Zimonjic and Dodig/Melo

Match draws for the first two days are also announced. They are as under.

 9th November – Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin Vs Granollers/Lopez

                           Nishikori Vs Murray

                           Nestor/Zimonjic Vs Dodig/Melo

                           Federer Vs Raonic

10th November – Peya/Soares Vs Rojer/Tecau

                            Wawrinka Vs Berdych

                            B Bryan/M Bryan Vs Kubot/Lindstedt

                            Djokovic Vs Cilic

Keep visiting Sportycious for updated schedules and results of the ATP World Tour Finals 2019.

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