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Nitto ATP Finals 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on tennis live from London

Live Tennis Staff in News 12 Dec 2017
  • The best eight players from 2018 converge in London for the Nitto ATP Finals.
  • Nitto ATP Finals tennis is live from London between November 11-18, 2018
The O2 Arena in London plays host to the 2017 Nitto ATP Finals (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

The best eight players from 2018 converge in London for the Nitto ATP Finals, live between November 12-19 from the iconic O2 Arena in London.

Nitto ATP Finals 2018 Tournament Schedule


Check back here when the schedule for the ATP Finals is announced later this week

Who is playing the Nitto ATP Finals in 2018?

The London field will not be decided until much later in the year, but the 2018 race promises to be interesting and intriguing. With a host of players returning from injuries, significantly multiple Grand Slam champions, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka, and previous London participants- Kei Nishikori and Milos Raonic, both of whom ended their 2017 early, the battle for the eight spots will be intense. 

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal dominated 2017, and both qualified for the World Tour Finals with plenty to spare. However, contrary to most predictions, neither man made the championship match, as Grigor Dimitrov, and most impressively, David Goffin emerged for the final match of the ATP season. Goffin had beaten both Federer and Nadal on his way to the final, but he found Dimitrov a bit too tough, and had to settle for second best. For Dimitrov, it was the perfect finish to a career-best season, which ended with the Bulgarian rising to No. 3 in the world.

Things are bound to get tougher in 2018, with Djokovic, Murray and Wawrinka keen to re-take their places in the London field, and Federer and Nadal unrelenting in their pursuit of further glory. Who will be the final eight in 2018?

Check back here through the year as players confirm their spots at the Nitto ATP Finals.

Nitto ATP Finals 2018 Groups

Check back here in November when the groups for the 2018 Nitto ATP Finals are announced.

About the Nitto ATP Finals


Regarded as the second most prestigious annual tennis event behind the four grand slams, the ATP World Tour Finals sees the year’s top eight-ranked players descend on the O2 Arena in London in search of capturing the lucrative season-ending championships.

The season finale was first held in 1970 and it is currently under contract to be played at the O2 Arena in London annually (from 2009 - 2020). It was originally known as the Masters Grand Prix and ran by the International Lawn Tennis Federation (ITF), whereby it did not contribute towards any world rankings points for the players. However, the ATP took over in 1990 and the tournament became known as the ATP Tour World Championships. The event then underwent further changes throughout the following two decades, which included a rule and a name change to the Tennis Masters Cup, before it was officially renamed to the ATP World Tour Finals (as it is known today) in 2009. 

Players are now also rewarded with rankings points with a maximum of 1500 to be awarded to an undefeated winner. However, with each round-robin loss, there is a deduction of 200 points from that amount.

Roger Federer holds the record for most season-ending championship titles with six, winning twice when the competition was known as the Tennis Masters Cup and held in Houston (2003-04) and two more times in Shanghai in 2006-07, while he also captured duel crowns as the tournament was rebranded as the ATP World Tour Finals and moved to London, prevailing in 2010-11.

David Nalbandian (2005) and Nikolay Davydenko (2009) are the only players outside of the ‘Big Four’ since Lleyton Hewitt in 2002 to have won the ATP Finals title, with Andy Murray defeating Novak Djokovic in last year’s title match to secure the year-end No. 1 ranking. Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin were the surprise finalist in 2017, with Dimitrov claiming his biggest career title with a three-set win. Qualifying for London will be more difficult in 2018, with a host of top players, absent last year through injuries, set to return to the tour in 2018.

Nitto ATP Finals Tournament Information

Nitto ATP Finals fast facts

Nitto ATP Finals
DatesNovember 11-18, 2018
LocationLondon, England
VenueO2 Arena
SurfaceHard (indoor)
Number of players8
FormatRound-robin/knockout
First played1970
Prize Money$8,000,000
Reigning Singles ChampionGrigor Dimitrov
Reigning Doubles ChampionHenri Kontinen/John Peers


Former ATP Finals Champions


Past Winners of the ATP World Tour Finals

YearChampionRunner-upTournament NameLocation
1970Stan SmithRod LaverMasters Grand PrixTokyo
1971Ilie NastaseStan SmithMasters Grand PrixParis
1972Ilie NastaseStan SmithMasters Grand PrixBarcelona
1973Ilie NastaseTom OkkerMasters Grand PrixBoston
1974Guillermo VillasIlie NastaseMasters Grand PrixMelbourne
1975Ilie NastaseBjorn BorgMasters Grand PrixStockholm
1976Manuel OrantesWojtek FibakMasters Grand PrixHouston
1977Jimmy ConnorsBjorn BorgMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1978John McEnroeArthur AsheMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1979Bjorn BorgVitas GerulaitisMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1980Bjorn BorgIvan LendlMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1981Ivan LendlVitas GerulaitisMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1982Ivan LendlJohn McEnroeMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1983John McEnroeIvan LendlMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1984John McEnroeIvan LendlMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1985Ivan LendlBoris BeckerMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1986Ivan LendlBoris BeckerMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1987Ivan LendlMats WilanderMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1988Boris BeckerIvan LendlMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1989Stefan EdbergBoris BeckerMasters Grand PrixNew York City
1990Andre AgassiStefan EdbergATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1991Pete SamprasJim CourierATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1992Boris BeckerJim CourierATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1993Michael StichPete SamprasATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1994Pete SamprasBoris BeckerATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1995Boris BeckerMichael ChangATP World Tour ChampionshipsFrankfurt
1996Pete SamprasBoris BeckerATP World Tour ChampionshipsHannover
1997Pete SamprasYevgeny KafelnikovATP World Tour ChampionshipsHannover
1998Alex CorretjaCarlos MoyaATP World Tour ChampionshipsHannover
1999Pete SamprasAndre AgassiATP World Tour ChampionshipsHannover
2000Gustavo KuertenAndre AgassiTennis Masters CupLisbon
2001Lleyton HewittSebastian GrosjeanTennis Masters CupSydney
2002Lleyton HewittJuan Carlos FerreroTennis Masters CupShanghai
2003Roger FedererAndre AgassiTennis Masters CupHouston
2004Roger FedererLleyton HewittTennis Masters CupHouston
2005David NalbandianRoger FedererTennis Masters CupShanghai
2006Roger FedererJames BlakeTennis Masters CupShanghai
2007Roger FedererDavid FerrerTennis Masters CupShanghai
2008Novak DjokovicNikolay DavydenkoTennis Masters CupShanghai
2009Nikolay DavydenkoJuan Martin del PotroATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2010Roger FedererRafael NadalATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2011Roger FedererJo-Wilfried TsongaATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2012Novak DjokovicRoger FedererATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2013Novak DjokovicRafael NadalATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2014Novak DjokovicRoger FedererATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2015Novak DjokovicRoger FedererATP World Tour FinalsLondon
2016Andy MurrayNovak DjokovicATP World Tour FinalsLondon

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