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2021 ATP Tour Finals Overview

Event Details
Tournament Name2021 ATP Tour Finals
WhenSunday, 14 November – Sunday, 21 November 2021
WherePala Alpitour, Turin, Italy
Live StreamingLive on Amazon Prime
2020 WinnerDaniil Medvedev

The ATP’s season-ending event heads to Turin this year as the eight highest-ranks players from across the tour do battle for the esteemed championship.

Winners such as Grigor Dimitrov, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev have torn up the betting books over the last four years, with none of the “Big 3” scooping this prize since Novak Djokovic in 2015.

After a long stretch inside London’s O2 Arena, the ATP Finals move to Italy this season as the Pala Alpitour in Turin gets it’s first chance to host the stellar event.

Who will be lifting the trophy aloft on Sunday November 14? 

Keep it all things this weekend as we offer up betting offers, betting news and free bets for the 2021 ATP Tour Finals Tennis.

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2021 ATP Tour Finals – Competition Format

The eight players are separated into two groups of four for the Round Robin stage of the competition.

Each player will play every player in their group once, totalling three matches, all played over best-of-three sets.

The top two from each group will advance into the semi-finals where the winner of one group will play the runner-up in the other, and vice versa. 

The winners then contest the final.

Who Is Playing In The 2021 ATP Tour Finals?

  • Novak Djokovic – Amassing 9,370 points over the season, 20-time Grand Slam champion and five time Tour Finals king Novak Djokovic will be hard to topple in Turin. The Serbian scooped the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon this season, missing out to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final.
  • Daniil Medvedev – Medvedev is the reigning Tour Finals champion from 2020 and is in terrific form following a US Open win back in September. The Russian also won the Canadian Open and racked up 500 points in an ATP Cup win.
  • Alexander Zverev – The German won this title back in 2018 beating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 6-3 in the London final. As well as a Tour Finals win, the 24-year-old is an Olympic gold medalist, but yet to win a Grand Slam on tour.
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas – Tour Finals champion from 2019, Tsitsipas is fresh off another solid season on tour.  He lost out in the final of the French Open but struggled at Wimbledon and the US. A win at the Monte-Carlo Masters gave him an all important bump in points, totalling 5,695 for the season.
  • Andrey Rublev – Russian Andrey Rublev won the ATP Cup and the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament this season and finished runner-up at the Monte-Carlo Masters and Cincinnati Masters. 
  • Matteo Berrettini – Berrettini has a couple of 500 and 250 wins on the tour this season, and received 1200 ranking points after finishing runner-up to Djokovic at Wimbledon. He also ran well at the Madrid Open losing to Alexander Zverev.
  • Hubert Hurkacz – The Polish player won the Miami Open unexpectedly this season shooting him up the rankings. He also had success in two 250 Tour events.
  • Casper Ruud – Ruud scraped his way to the Finals with 3,275 points, winning an impressive five 250 Tour tournaments. Other than a semi-final appearance at Wimbledon, the Norwegian fell early in the other Grand Slams. 

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2021 ATP Tour Finals – Top Stats

  • The last six ATP Tour Finals have seen different winners.
  • Roger Federer holds the record for the most ATP Tour Finals titles (6).
  • Novak Djokovic holds the record for the most consecutive titles – four between 2012-2015.
  • Roger Federer has made the most appearances in the final of the ATP Tour Finals (10).
  • Stan Smith was the inaugural winner of the then called Masters Grand Prix in 1970.
  • Romanian Ilie Nastase holds the best match record at the ATP Tour Finals with a 22-3 record (80% win record)
  • John McEnroe is the youngest winner of the ATP Tour Finals (19 years old in 1978)

2021 ATP Tour Finals – What To Bet On

  • Winner – Who will be the outright winner of the 2021 ATP Tour Finals?
  • First time winner? – Will the winner of the tournament be a winner for the first time? This makes up half the field.
  • Most aces – Which player will score the most aces over the tournament?
  • Group winner – Who will win each of the two groups after the Round Robin stage?
  • Match winner – Who will win a specific individual match?
  • Over/Under betting – Will there be under or over a set amount of games played in a particular match?

2021 ATP Tour Finals – FAQ’s

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication and are subject to change.