ATP Finals 2023 – Schedule, Where to Watch, Prize Money


Here’s everything you need to know about the season-ending 2023 ATP Finals

The ATP Finals marks the grand finale of the annual ATP Tour schedule, coming after the four major tennis championships.

It holds a significant position in men’s tennis, being considered one of the most crucial events. This tournament brings together the best eight singles players and doubles teams, chosen based on their performance throughout the season. If needed, the eighth spot is reserved for a player or team who has won one of the major tournaments during the year and is ranked between ninth and twentieth place.

Nitto ATP Finals 2023
Nitto ATP Finals 2023 (ATP)

This tournament distinguishes itself with a unique format not seen in other ATP Tour events. Participants are grouped into two sets of four, and every player or team competes in three round-robin matches within their assigned group. After this initial phase, the top two players or teams from each group advance to the knockout stage, which includes semifinals and a final match to determine the ultimate champion.

The tournament has its roots dating back to 1970, although it was originally under a different name. Notably, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic hold the record for the most singles titles, each boasting six victories, while Peter Fleming and John McEnroe share the record for the most doubles titles, both with seven wins. Looking forward, the 2023 edition is set to occur at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy, spanning from November 12 to November 19, 2023. This marks the 54th edition of the tournament (49th for doubles) and the third time Turin has hosted the ATP Tour year-end championships.

ATP Finals 2023 – Schedule

The tournament will start on Sunday, November 12 and there will be a day session and evening session each day aside from the last day, when the singles and doubles finals will be held in one session starting in the afternoon. Each session will start with a doubles match and will be followed by a singles match. Let us take a look at the complete schedule.

Sunday, November 12: Singles and doubles group matches

Monday, November 13: Singles and doubles group matches

Tuesday, November 14: Singles and doubles group matches

Wednesday, November 15: Singles and doubles group matches

Thursday, November 16: Singles and doubles group matches

Friday, November 17: Singles and doubles group matches

Saturday, November 18: Singles and doubles semi-finals

Sunday, November 19: Singles and doubles finals

ATP Finals 2023 – Players

The singles lineup for the 2023 Nitto ATP Finals has been determined and includes a prestigious group of players: Alexander Zverev, Holger Rune, Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, Andrey Rublev, and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Notably, the inclusion of 20-year-olds Alcaraz and Rune is a rare occurrence, as it’s the first time in over two decades, since 2000, that two players aged 20 or under have qualified for the same Nitto ATP Finals. In 2000, it was 19-year-old Lleyton Hewitt and 20-year-old Marat Safin who debuted in the tournament.

Among the noteworthy participants, four of them have previously achieved victory at the Nitto ATP Finals. Novak Djokovic, with six titles to his name, has the opportunity to surpass Roger Federer and claim the record for the most titles in the history of year-end championships since 1970. Alexander Zverev secured the title in both 2018 and 2021, while Stefanos Tsitsipas became the champion in 2019 at the age of 21, making him the youngest winner since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001. Additionally, Daniil Medvedev joined the list of winners by hoisting the trophy in 2020.

The eight doubles teams to have qualified for the ATP Finals are: Ivan Dodig & Austin Krajicek, Wesley Koolhof & Neal Skupski, Rohan Bopanna & Matthew Ebden, Marcel Granollers & Horacio Zeballos, Santiago Gonzalez & Edouard Roger-Vasselin, Rajeev Ram & Joe Salisbury, Maximo Gonzalez & Andres Molteni, Rinky Hijikata & Jason Kubler.

ATP Finals 2023 – Live Stream details

Here’s the complete TV schedule for the 2023 ATP Finals:


Area                   Broadcaster 
Africa 1*                                                            Canal+ Africa
Africa 2*Supersport Africa
Asia 1*beIn Southeast Asia
Asia 2*Sony/MSM
AustraliabeIN SPORTS Australia 
AustriaSky Deutschland
AlbaniaSupersport/Straightforward Albania
Baltics*TV3 Baltics
BelgiumBeTV, Telenet (Play Sports)
BulgariaA1 Max Sport 
Czech RepublicEurosport
China; MacaoCCTV, MIGU, Tencent
Cyprus CYTA 
DenmarkTV2 Denmark 
Eastern Europe* Setanta Stans
FranceEurosport France 
GermanySky Deutschland
Hong KongPCCW 
IsraelCharlton Israel
Italy, San Marino, Vatican CitySky ItaliaRAISuperTennis
KosovoSupersport/Straightforward Albania
MaltaGo Sports TSN
Middle East 1*beIN SPORTS Middle East
Japan WOWOW, Gaora Sports Channel
Latin AmericaESPN International Latam
LiechtensteinSky Deutschland
NetherlandsZiggo Sport
New Zealand Sky NZ
Pacific Islands Digicel
Portugal  Sport TV Portugal
Scandinavia* (ex. Denmark)Eurosport Nordics
ShanghaiShanghai Media
South Korea Eclat
Switzerland SRG, Sky Deutschland
Taiwan Sino Catch (Sportscast)
TurkeySsport Turkey 
United KingdomAmazon Prime Video
United States*Tennis Channel
VietnamCanal+ Overseas (K+) (VSTV) 
Worldwide Perform (News) 
Worldwide Reuters (News) 
Worldwide SNTV (News) 
WorldwideSport 24 (Inflight)
WorldwideEBU (News)
WorldwidePragosport (News)

ATP Finals 2023 – Prize Money

The prize money offered at the tournament reflects its esteemed status. For the 2022 ATP Tour Finals, the total prize pool reached $15,000,000, marking a substantial increase of 103.45% compared to the previous year. In the singles category, the participation fee was $325,500, showing a 1.72% rise from the previous year, while a victory in a round-robin match earned players an additional $390,000, a 1.75% increase compared to the earnings from twelve months ago. If a player succeeds in winning the ATP Tour Finals without losing a match, they receive $4,801,500, which is a 1.29% increase compared to the 2022 prize. The final match alone contributes $2,201,000 to the total prize money.

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