We are almost at the end of the 2020 season. However, like always, the ATP Finals 2020 will close the season fomally before players gear up for an action-filled 2021.
As the coronavirus pandemic has reemerged in Europe, the ATP Tour Finals will be held behind closed doors with players living inside a bio-bubble. The tournament begins on November 15 and will be held at the O2 Arena in London for one last time before it moves to Turin, Italy next year.
Where can you watch ATP Finals 2020?
The ATP Finals has tied up with various broadcasting networks in different locations. Tennis TV is the official streaming partner of the ATP Finals. A subscription to Tennis TV will give the viewer an option to stream ATP Finals live in their handsets and watch it anywhere they like.
In North America, American viewers can tune onto ESPN or Tennis Channel to view the ATP Finals. Further, for the Canadian audience, TSN will broadcast the ATP Finals live.
Moving over to South America, ESPN International will broadcast the ATP Finals.
For the British Audience, the ATP Finals will be on Amazon Prime Video and BBC. Further, in France, it will be on Eurosport and ATP Finals will be on Movistar in Spain.
In Australia and other oceanic countries, ESPN International will be the broadcaster. In China, CCTV will be the network to watch for ATP Finals. And in the Indian Subcontinent, Sony ESPN will be the broadcaster. The Tour Finals will be live on Wowow and NHK Japan in Japan.
In most of the middle east countries, Tour Finals will be on beIN Sports whereas the tournament will be on Charlton in Israel. Canal+ and Supersport will showcase the ATP Finals in Africa.
Furthermore, viewers can tune onto the ATP Tennis Radio for the live commentary of all the matches in the ATP Finals.
With the draw done last night, fans are already contemplating the strong fixture list of the ATP Finals. Obviously, in an important tournament, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will be the favorites.
Interestingly, Djokovic hasn’t won the tour finals since 2015 whereas Nadal is yet to win the tournament. Let’s see if the legends of the sport can stop the barrage of young talent in this year’s tour finals.
So where are you watching the ATP Tour Finals 2020?