Until a while ago, the ATP Finals was a tournament called the Masters. Founded in 1970, this competition traditionally concludes the tennis season. The ATP Finals is considered the most prestigious men's tennis tournament on the circuit after the four Grand Slam matches. This end-of-year Masters pits the eight best players in the world against each other in a single tournament (hence its former names of “Masters tournament” and “Masters”). Its format? Two pools of 4 players, where only the two best at the end of the 3 matches find themselves directly in the semi-finals. The first of the first pool then faces the second of the second pool, and vice versa. Since 2009, the ATP Finals have been taking place inside the O2 Arena in London. For this 2021 edition,change of scenery because it is in Turin that the Masters takes place.
And it is on Eurosport that the tournament takes place from Sunday November 14th.
The ATP Finals broadcast on TV on Eurosport
The ATP Finals or Masters Turin can be followed live, exclusively and in full on Eurosport channels.
You have several ways of seeing the matches of the Turin Masters.
You can experience the matches live on the Eurosport 1 channel or without ads on the Eurosport app and on Eurosport.fr.
Specialists will be at the microphone of this tennis event.
Camille Pin and Justine Hénin as consultants, Bertrand Milliard, Thomas Morel, Olivier Canton and Thomas Bihel for comments.
On what dates and at what times to see the matches?
What time are the 2021 ATP Finals matches?
The group stages as well as the semi-finals start at 11:30 a.m. (a double and a single), while the night session is from 6.30 p.m., every day until the semi-finals.
The finals will be played on Sunday, November 21 from 2:30 p.m.
Who are the players qualified for the Turin Masters?
The best players of the moment, namely Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud and Hubert Hurkacz.