Participants, players, schedule, date, location, prize money, broadcast on TV and live stream

There is still a big tennis tournament coming up this year: the ATP Finals 2023. Find out who the participants are, when and where the whole thing is taking place, how much prize money is, and where you can watch the annual results on TV, live stream and live ticker Your here.

At the end of every tennis year, the best players and doubles teams of the season traditionally compete at the ATP Finals, as was the case this time. The ATP tournament will now be held for the 54th time (singles) and 49th time (doubles).

ATP Finals 2023: date, location, date

This year’s ATP Finals will take place in Turin, Italy, from November 12th to 19th, 2023. The game will be played on the indoor courts of the Pala Alpitour, a multi-purpose hall in the south of the city.

So much for the general conditions. But: How are the participants determined? Who has already qualified? What is the schedule? And where will the fun be broadcast? This article explains that.

ATP Finals 2023: participants, players

The best eight players or doubles teams of the season qualify for the last tournament of the year, plus two substitute players or one substitute team if someone drops out or is unavailable. The selection is based on these criteria (if there are more than eight players/teams, the players/teams that are lower in the selection order become substitute players/teams):

The top seven players/teams in the ATP rankings qualify. Up to two Grand Slam winners (with ATP rankings of 8-20) qualify. The eighth best players/team in the ATP rankings qualify.

And what does that mean this year? At this point in time, Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev are already safely qualified in the singles. The runners-up still have to tremble:

ATP Finals 2023: Die Top-10 im Ranking

RangSpielerPkt.1Novak Djokovic*115452Carlos Alcaraz*85353Daniil Medvedev*72804Stefanos Tsitsipas46155Holger Rune46056Andrey Rublev45157Jannik Sinner44208Taylor Fritz39559Casper Ruud352510Alexander Zverev3280

*already qualified for the ATP Finals.

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Novak Djokovic is already safely qualified for the ATP Finals.

ATP Finals 2023: mode, schedule

The tournament opens with a group phase in which the eight players or doubles teams are divided into two groups of four in which everyone competes against everyone else. The best two in each group then move on to the semi-finals. Up to and including the final: whoever wins two sets first wins the match.

On each tournament day there is a morning and an evening session, where a singles and a doubles session are played. A total of four matches take place per day (with the exception of the final day). Here you have an overview of the schedule:

Group stage: November 12th – November 17thSemi-finals: November 18thFinals: November 19th

ATP Finals 2023: broadcast on TV and live stream

This year the broadcast situation for the ATP tournaments is a little complicated, some are broadcast by Sky, some by DAZN. At least for the 1000 series and the Nitto ATP Finals it is very simple: Sky is responsible for broadcasting all matches. So if you want to see Djokovic and Co. in action in November, the pay TV channel is the right place to go.

Of course, the same applies if you access the live stream – here you can receive the Sky program on the SkyGo and WOW platforms. Both variants are subject to a fee.

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Carlos Alcaraz has also already secured his place.

ATP Finals 2023: Live ticker at SPOX

You will also be able to follow some of the matches in our live ticker. Just take a look at our calendar, there you can always see what kind of events we have going on.

Click here for the SPOX live ticker overview.

ATP Finals 2023: Prize money last year

The prize money for this year has not yet been announced, but we can take a look at last year. Here are the bonuses from 2022, in doubles the amount applies to the entire team:

RoundSinglesDouble⁠Tournament winner2,200,400$350,400Semifinal winner1,070,000$170,000Group stage
per win383,300$93,300$Entry fee3 games = $320,000
2 games = $240,000
1 game = $160,000 3 games = $130,000
2 games = $97,500
1 game = $52,000 Substitute player (no match) $150,000 $50,000

2023-09-28 15:17:01
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