The 54th edition of the ATP Finals will get underway this weekend as the world’s best tennis stars compete for the title.
The final event of the ATP Tour puts the top eight singles players and doubles teams over the calendar year up against each other.
Players taking part in Italy have achieved the most points across the campaign, with the world rankings a good indication of qualification.
Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz therefore lead the line-up for the 2023 finals, with tennis’ two biggest stars set to compete once again.
Six-time winner Djokovic is the reigning champion and will be out to defend his crown against the toughest opponents in the sport.
ATP Finals 2023: Date and how to follow
The 2023 ATP Finals will begin on Sunday, November 12 before coming to an end one week later on Sunday, November 19.
It will take place on the hard courts at the Pala Apitour in Turin, Italy.
The schedule and UK start times are yet to be confirmed.
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ATP Finals 2023: Format
The ATP season-ending tournament is played in a group stage and finals format.
The group stage sees the eight players / doubles teams split into two groups of four before each team plays the other three members of their group.
To decide the groups, the top-seeded player is placed in Group A while the second-seeded player is placed in Group B.
The rest of the players are placed into a draw which takes place on Thursday, November 9 to find out which group they will join.
Once the round-robin is completed, the winner of Group A takes on the runner-up of Group B and vice versa.
The winners of the semi-finals then compete in the final for the title.
Each singles game is played over three tie-break sets while each doubles game is made up of two sets and a match tie-break.
ATP Finals 2023: Qualified players
All qualified players have now been confirmed for the ATP Finals.
The Paris Masters was the final big event before this tournament and it helped to decide the final three places.
Djokovic lifted the title while Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas joined the line-up after strong performances.
Holger Rune then took the final spot with Hubert Hurkacz and Taylor Fritz just missing out.
- Novak Djokovic
- Carlos Alcaraz
- Daniil Medvedev
- Jannik Sinner
- Andrey Rublev
- Stefanos Tsitsipas
- Alexander Zverev
- Holger Rune
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