The ATP Finals has offered up plenty of drama in the first half of the action in Turin, Italy this week.


After two rounds of matches, homegrown hero Jannik Sinner is the man to beat after toppling World No.1 Novak Djokovic. Sinner leads the green group standings, while Stefanos Tsitsipas has withdrawn from the tournament through injury, replaced by Hubert Hurkacz.

In the red group, Daniil Medvedev leads the way. He is the only player yet to drop a set in the ATP Finals ahead of his battle with Carlos Alcaraz.

Reigning champion Djokovic triumphed in the 2022 edition of the competition after toppling Casper Ruud in straight sets.

The Serbian star returns as top dog following a blistering 2023 with three majors and a runners-up spot under his belt, as well as two ATP 1000 victories.

Plenty of attention will rightly fall on Alcaraz this week, but he has endured a relatively rocky run of form following a shock defeat at the first hurdle in the Paris Masters last time out. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the ATP Finals 2023 tennis tournament.

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When are the ATP Finals 2023?

The tournament begins on Sunday 12th November 2023 and runs until the final on Sunday 19th November 2023.

How to watch and live stream ATP Finals 2023 in the UK

You can tune in to watch the entire tournament unfold live on Amazon Prime Video. Sign up for a free trial now and soak up some of the finest tennis action around.

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Afterwards, a subscription costs £8.99 a month, which also offers free next day delivery on thousands of items, as well as the Amazon Prime Video library.

ATP Finals 2023 schedule

There will be four matches played across two sessions per day during the tournament.

Day sessions will begin at 12pm, night sessions will begin at 6:30pm.

The first match in each session is a doubles match, the second match is a singles showdown that begins approximately 2.5 hours later.

Where are the ATP Finals 2023 held?

The ATP Finals 2023 are held at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy.

The court allows up to 15,657 spectators to enjoy the biggest matches across a range of sports.

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