12 Years On, Rafa, Novak, Roger Remain Top Trio; All About The Nitto ATP Finals
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic were the top three seeds when they first competed together at the ATP season finale in 2007. Twelve years later, the trio again leads the field at the Nitto ATP Finals.
Nadal, who returned to World No. 1 on Monday, and five-time champion Djokovic will battle for year-end No. 1 at The O2. The 38-year-old Federer, who is set to to be third seed, will be looking to win a record-extending seventh title here. They will be joined in London by defending champion Alexander Zverev, four-time qualifier Dominic Thiem, and three young debutants: Daniil Medvedev (23), Stefanos Tsitsipas (21) and Matteo Berrettini (23).
The official photo of the 2007 Tennis Masters Cup. © Quentin Shih / ATP
Colombians Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah, who will be presented with their year-end No. 1 trophy in a special on-court ceremony at the Nitto ATP Finals, lead doubles contenders.
The event, which features only the world's best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams, is contested in a round-robin format with the best four players and doubles teams reaching the knockout semi-finals stage.
Here's all you need to know about the Nitto ATP Finals: what is the schedule, where to watch, who has won and more.
Tournament Dates: 10-17 November 2019
Tournament Chairman: Chris Kermode
Draw Ceremony: Tuesday, 5 November
Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Main draw: Sunday, 10 November to Saturday, 16 November - doubles at 12:00pm, singles not before 2.00pm; doubles not before 6:00pm, singles not before 8.00pm. *Friday, 15 November evening session doubles not before 5:45pm.
* Doubles final: Sunday, 17 November at 3:30pm
* Singles final: Sunday, 17 November not before 6:00pm
Venue: The O2
Main Court Seating: 17,800
Prize Money: US $9,000,000
Tickets On Sale: Buy Now
Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: Roger Federer (6)
Most Titles, Doubles: Peter Fleming, John McEnroe (7)
Oldest Champion: Roger Federer, 30, in 2011
Youngest Champion: John McEnroe, 19, in 1978
Lowest-Ranked Champion: No. 12 David Nalbandian in 2005
Most Match Wins: Roger Federer (57)
Singles:  Alexander Zverev (GER) d  Novak Djokovic (SRB) 64 63 Read & Watch
Doubles:  Mike Bryan (USA) / Jack Sock (USA) d  Pierre-Hugues Herbert / Nicolas Mahut 57 61 13-11 Read & Watch
Did You Know... Eight different countries are represented at the Nitto ATP Finals for the fourth consecutive year: