EXPERIENCE EXCEPTIONAL IN 2020

The 2020 Nitto ATP Finals will be an event to remember, with our re-vamped hospitality programme ensuring that the best in tennis hospitality is even better this season! The tournament, which features an enthralling mix of the world's top men's singles players and doubles teams, takes place at The O2 from the 15 - 22 November.

 



DJOKOVIC BACK AT No1.


Djokovic is the first to make his mark in what is set to be an epic year for tennis. 2020 will be a particularly special edition of the Nitto ATP Finals, as it represents both the final time the event will be staged in London, as well as the 50th anniversary of the tournament itself. In 2021 the ATP Finals will move to Turin for the next five-year cycle of the event.

It is fitting that the year kicked off with one of the greats taking the top spot for the first Grand Slam of the season, with Novak Djokovic winning his eighth Australian Open title. The win also heralded in the 17th major championship title for this tennis superstar.

Following the match, Djokovic was full of praise for his competitor, Dominic Thiem, whom he narrowly defeated 6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in an epic battle that lasted three hours and 59 minutes. However, the tennis great could not hide his joy at the victory which puts him in a strong lead at the beginning of the season, with a good chance of cinching a Nitto ATP Finals spot this November. “I'm super happy with the way I started the season. It kind of sets the tone for the rest of the year,” he said.

With the Australian Open win, Djokovic now leads the FedEx ATP Rankings, with Thiem in second place, followed by Federer and Zverev.

Be sure to catch our top eight men’s players and doubles teams at The 02 this November. Secure your hospitality packages  today.


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HOST CITY ANNOUNCED: TURIN


Turin, Italy, will play host to the ATP Finals from 2021-2025. The ATP Finals announced the five-year agreement today, meaning that Turin’s Pala Alpitour stadium – Italy’s largest indoor sporting arena – will soon be the new home of the biggest indoor tennis title in the world.

The current venue, London’s famed O2 Arena, will host the tournament this November, and then for the final time in 2020. The move to Turin brings the ATP Finals to Italy for the first time in its 50-year history, and makes Turin the 15th city to host the ATP Finals since the tournament began in 1970.


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Limited amount of additional seats made available in the front rows of The O2 arena in MATCH Business Seat AND MATCH LOUNGE


Enjoy the tournament and catch all the action from the most coveted seats in the stadium, located at the front of the lower bowl seating within the arena, with these hospitality package offerings:

 

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TOP BRITISH CHEFS GO ABOVE AND BEYOND


At the 2020 Nitto ATP Finals we are pushing the boundaries of fine cuisine with top British chefs heading up our catering offering, to ensure that your Official Hospitality experience is beyond amazing.

 

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RELAXED SOPHISTICATION


We invite you to enjoy our recently updated MATCH Lounge offering at The O2 which has been a total success. You can jump the queue, taking a separate VIP entrance exclusively reserved for MATCH Lounge guests, and make our new lounge your base for the rest of the day.

Be enticed with an informal dining experience plus a premium selection of beverages and a vibrant cocktail bar. When play commences, enjoy the tennis from best available seats in the Lower Bowl, including a first-come-first-served option of limited-edition seats in the front row.

 

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