ATP Finals 2019: How to watch ATP Finals tennis – TV channel, live stream, dates, times, schedule

Everything you need to know about the ATP Finals 2019 at the O2 Arena in London

ATP Finals

The ATP Finals returns to London once again as the top eight superstars in Men’s Singles tennis go into battle.


Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic both fell early at the showpiece event, while Roger Federer crashed out in the semi-finals.

The season-ending tournament is a real crowd-pleaser and will hopefully provide another terrific week of action for fans around the world. has rounded up everything you need to know about the 2019 ATP Finals tennis tournament.

When is the 2019 ATP Finals?

The tournament starts on Sunday 10th November 2019 and runs until Sunday 17th November 2019.

Where is the 2019 ATP Finals held?

The ATP Finals traditionally takes place at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London – and 2019 is no exception.

The iconic venue can hold up to 20,000 fans and will be packed out for most of the tournament.

From 2021, the tournament will move to Turin following a 12-year stint in the UK.

ATP Finals Schedule

Sunday 17th November

Doubles final

Pierre-Hugues Herbert/Nicolas Mahut v Raven Klaasen/Michael Venus (3:30pm)

Singles final

Stefanos Tsitsipas v Dominic Thiem (6:00pm)

How to watch and live stream the ATP Finals in the UK

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Fans in the UK can stream the ATP Finals action live on Amazon Prime Video.

New users can sign up for a free 30-day trial with full access to live sports coverage as well as free one-day delivery on thousands of items across Amazon.

Once the trial period concludes, the service will cost £7.99 per month.

The singles final between Tsitsipas and Thiem will also be shown on BBC2 and BBC iPlayer from 6:00pm.

Who won the ATP Finals in 2018?

Alexander Zverev won the tournament in 2018 after defeating Novak Djokovic 6-4 6-3 in the final.

The German ace had previously lost 6-4 6-1 to Djokovic earlier in the tournament during the group stage but produced a top display to claim the crown.


Zverev also beat John Isner and Roger Federer en route to the title.