Nitto ATP Finals 2021 - What's Interesting
This year, for the first time in more than a decade, the ATP Finals will change location, moving from London to Turin, Italy.
The competition will be held at Italy's largest indoor arena, the Pala Alpitour, from November 14 to 21.
Daniil Medvedev is the reigning tournament champion, last year he defeated Dominic Thiem of Austria in the final match
This season, Djokovic, Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Zverev, Rublev, Berrettini, Hurkacz and Ruud will compete for the main ATP Finals trophy.
Two Russians have qualified for the final tournament, Rublev and Medvedev. Other countries are represented by one player each.
Novak Djokovic, if he wins, could equal Roger Federer, the record holder for the number of titles at this tournament.
Tennis players will compete for a prize pool of $7,250,000. The winner of the singles will receive $1,094,000 in prize money.
200 points are awarded for winning the group stage and 400 points for winning the semifinals, the winner of the tournament -500 points.
The 22-year-old Casper Ruud became the first tennis player in Norwegian history to qualify for the final ATP tournament.
It's been an unbelievable year that will have the perfect end to the season
Nitto ATP Finals Records