The Nitto Atp Finals, which Italy hosts for the first time in November, are full of public.
About one hundred days before the races, scheduled from 14 to 21 November at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, the tickets are already sold out in advance.
In a pandemic era, a success that goes far beyond expectations: the tournament that sees the best eight players in the world of tennis and the eight best doubles pairs compete against each other, capable of generating economic repercussions in the territory of over 600 million euros in five years, it is confirmed as an international showcase and a driving force for recovery.
"We are really very satisfied", Alberto Sacco, the Municipal Councilor for Commerce and Tourism of Turin, comments to ANSA. The ATP are confirmed as the most important indoor tennis event in the world and, despite the unknowns related to Covid, are enjoying extraordinary success. From today it is no longer possible to buy tickets except in the sectors reserved for Corporate Hospitality and for those who choose the Incoming & Experience services managed in collaboration with the Official Tour Operator Gattinoni.
"Even in the case of companies, however, it is easy to imagine that soon there will be no more places - explains Sacco - The most important, both nationally and internationally, have already ensured adequate space to allow their top managers, and their respective customers, to attend the tournament.
We want to use this opportunity as a showcase to raise awareness of Turin, and its potential, not only as regards tourism and business conventions. It is no coincidence that in recent weeks I accompanied the president of Nitto on a tour of the city, showing him all his strengths: tourism aside, Turin and Piedmont are an ideal territory in which to invest and do business ".
For those who missed the ATP tickets, there is still a wide possibility of coupons to attend the Intesa Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP Finals, the challenge between the strongest young people of the ATP circuit - including our Jannik Sinner, reigning champion, and Lorenzo Musetti - at the Allianz Cloud in Milan from 9 to 13 November. "And for those who can't help but come to Turin - concludes Sacco - there is also the Devis Cup, with our strongest players of the moment, from Berrettini to Fognini and Sonego".