The last participant in the semi-final will be determined at the ATP final in Turin today. We will show you which matches are scheduled and where they will be broadcast live on TV and live.
Tennis: ATP finals live on TV and live today – matches, fixtures, broadcast
At the ATP final in Turin, Italy, the last major title of the 2021 ATP tennis year will be played until Sunday, November 21.
The eight best players of the year qualify for the final tournament of the season. In two groups of four players each, the four semi-finalists are determined first in everyone versus everyone mode, and the top two in each group. Tomorrow, Saturday 20 November, they will fight for a place in the final.
Tennis: ATP finals live on TV and live today – matches and fixtures
Today, Friday 19 November, in the last two group matches, the decision will be made as to who will complete the semi-finals.
Yesterday, Russian Daniil Medvedev and Olympic champion Alexander Zverev of the red group qualified for the semi-finals. Today the green group will play again. Novak Djokovic is already the group winner after two wins and can therefore easily enter his match against his successor Cameron Norrie. The world number one will meet Zverev in the semi-finals tomorrow.
The showdown for the last free place in the semi-final takes place in the evening during the match between Andrey Rublev (Russia) and Casper Ruud (Norway). So far both players have won and lost. The winner meets Medvedev in the semi-final, the loser has to go home.
DateTimePlayer 1Player 2Friday November 19, 2 p.m.Novak DjokovicCameron NorrieFriday November 19, 9 p.m.Andrey RublevCasper Ruud
Tennis: ATP finals live on TV and broadcast live today
You can follow the last two players in the ATP Finals group live on Pay TV and live on Sky today. The pay TV broadcaster owns the broadcast rights for the entire tournament.
The two singles will be broadcast live on Sky Sport 1 (HD) from 1:45 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. respectively. Paul Häuser and Marcel Meinert are on duty as commentators, and former German Davis Cup winner Patrick Kühnen is the expert. On Sky Sport 1 (HD) you can see the final group matches of the doubles competition live in front of the two singles today.
You can of course also enjoy the last matches of the group stage live today. Sky customers can access it through the SkyGo app, all others after purchasing a paid SkyTicket.
Power ranking for ATP 2021 finals: rock, scissors, paper at the top
The ATP finals will begin on Sunday, November 14. After twelve years at the O2 Arena in London, it is in Turin this time that we must go. The eight best players of the 2021 season will compete against each other. SPOX does a form check with all eight participants.
The format is very simple: two groups of four, in which everyone competes. The top two players from each group advance and play the finalists at all levels. The injured Nadal and Federer did not qualify.
8th place: CASPER RUUD (22, Norway) | First participation in the ATP finals | Best results in 2021: Tournament victories in Geneva, Bastad, Gstaad, Kitzbühel, San Diego
Ruud got the points needed, especially this summer when he won three straight clay court tournaments. At the Grand Slam, however, he paid off hard and only reached the round of 16 in Australia. He will struggle against the big hitters.
7th place: STEFANOS TSITSIPAS (23 years old, Greece) | Third participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: tournament victories in Monte-Carlo and Lyon, Roland-Garros final
The 2019 winner is actually set to be among the favorites, but had to retire with injury at the Paris Masters last week – there are doubts about his fitness. Could not convince sometimes until after Roland Garros.
6th place: ANDREY RUBLEV (24 years old, Russia) | Second participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: tournament victory in Rotterdam, finals in Monte Carlo, Halle and Cincinnati
The man with difficult bases rose to fifth place in the world rankings in 2021, but the absolute breakthrough in a major tournament has so far been lacking (no Grand Slam semi-finals, no Masters success). Failure in the group stage in 2020.
5th place: HUBERT HURKACZ (24 years old, Poland) | First participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: tournament wins in Delray Beach, Miami, Moselle, Wimbledon semi-finals
The man who may have ended Federer’s Wimbledon career with a bagel was the last player to qualify for Turin, but he’s in high spirits. Had Djokovic in Paris on the verge of defeat (6: 3, 0: 6, 6: 7).
4th place: MATTEO BERRETTINI (25 years old, Italy) | Second participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: tournament victories in Belgrade and Queens, finals in Madrid and Wimbledon
Two years ago he had failed with a group stage victory, this time he is expected to go even further with the home advantage behind his back. His serve and forehand combination can cause problems for any opponent.
3rd place: ALEXANDER ZVEREV (24 years old, Germany) | Fifth participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: Olympic gold in Tokyo, tournament victories in Acapulco, Madrid, Cincinnati, Vienna
The long-awaited Grand Slam victory in 2021 also didn’t work out, but Zverev was more than made up with Olympic gold. 53 individual victories are the best in 2021. The 2018 winner would face Djokovic rather than Medvedev (0-4 since 2019) in Turin.
2nd place: DANIIL MEDVEDEV (25 years old, Russia) | Third participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: Tournament victory at US Open, Toronto, Marseille, Mallorca, Australian Open final, Paris
The previous year’s winner (record 5-0) destroyed Djokovic’s Grand Slam dream at Flushing Meadows and even nibbled at the top spot in the world rankings at the end of the year. During the Masters final in Paris, the Djoker however corrected the balance of power.
1st place: NOVAK DJOKOVIC (34, Serbia) | 14. Participation in the ATP finals | best results in 2021: tournament victories at the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, Paris, Belgrade, US Open final, Rome
No “Grand Slam”, no Olympic medal – but after the post-US Open truce, the Djoker immediately won the Paris Masters – he is there! Wants his first title since the ATP final since 2015. Zverev would be more uncomfortable for him as an opponent than Medvedev.
Tennis: ATP finals live in the ticker today
SPOX is again offering a live ticker for both single games today. Our daily snapshot will take you to the live tickers for today’s two matches.
Here is the daily overview.
ATP Finals: the green group at a glance
RankTeamGamesSNSetsDiff.Pkt.1Novak Djokovic2204: 0422Andrey Rublev2112: 2013Casper Ruud2112: 3-114Cameron Norrie * 1011: 2-105Stefanos Tsitsipas1010: 2-20
* Norrie will replace Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) injured on Matchday 2