ATP Finals 2022 Live Coverage: Schedule and TV Channel

ATP Finals 2022

As well as the chance to win his first-ever ATP Finals trophy, Rafael Nadal could finish the year as world number one with a successful week to end the season.

Pre-tournament rankings leader Carlos Alcaraz has withdrawn with a muscular injury, meaning Stefanos Tsitsipas will supplant him if he wins the Finals without losing a match.

Nadal, though, can take the top spot if Tsitsipas fails to do so and the Spaniard reaches the final after winning his three group-stage matches.

HOW TO WATCH

NOVEMBER

13-20

2022

Venue: Turin, Italy

TV Channel: Tennis Channel

TIME

3:00

PM/ET

WATCH LIVE FROM HERE

When and Where is the ATP Finals 2022?

Fifty-two years after they were first held, the finals are taking place in Turin, Italy — where they will be played until 2025 — for the second successive year.

Alexander Zverev dethroned Daniil Medvedev in 2021, winning the final in straight sets.

Players List

The world’s top seven players and one who has won a Grand Slam title during the year reach the finals.

If more than one player outside the top seven has won a title during the year, the player who has done so with the highest ranking reaches the finals.

Eighth-ranked Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon, and world number nine Taylor Fritz has replaced Alcaraz because no player outside the top eight has won a major this year.

Singles

Player Seeding
Rafael Nadal 1
Stefanos Tsitsipas 2
Casper Ruud 3
Daniil Medvedev 4
Felix Auger-Aliassime 5
Andrey Rublev 6
Novak Djokovic 7
Taylor Fritz 8

Doubles

Player Seeding
Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski 1
Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury 2
Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Rojer 3
Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic 4
Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek 5
Lloyd Glasspool and Harri Heliovaara 6
Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 7
Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios 8
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Format

The Finals divide the eight players into two groups of four, with the best record in each group facing the player who finishes second in the other group in the semifinals.

Players who have won the same number of matches are separated on head-to-head record, followed by the highest percentage of sets won, the greatest percentage of games won, and the highest ranking at the start of the tournament.

All singles matches, including the final, are the best of three tie-break sets. All doubles matches are two sets, with a tie-break to decide the match if necessary.

ATP Finals 2022 Draw

  • Singles green group: Nadal, Ruud, Auger-Aliassime, Fritz
  • Singles red group: Tsitsipas, Medvedev, Rublev, Djokovic
  • Doubles green group: Koolhof/Skupski, Mektic/Pavic, Dodig/Krajicek, Kokkinakis/Kyrgios
  • Doubles red group: Ram/Salisbury, Arevalo/Rojer, Glasspool/Heliovaara, Granollers/Zeballos

ATP Finals 2022 Singles Schedule and Results

Doubles and singles matches take place in each session on each day. All times are GMT.

Date Match Time Stage
Sun, November 13 Ruud 7-6 6-4 Auger-Aliassime 10:30 Round robin
Sun, November 13 Nadal vs. Fritz 17:30 Round robin
Mon, November 14 Medvedev vs. Rublev 10:30 Round robin
Mon, November 14 Tsitsipas vs Djokovic 17:30 Round robin
Tues, November 15 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Tues, November 15 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Weds, November 16 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Weds, November 16 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Thurs, November 17 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Thurs, November 17 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Fri, November 18 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Fri, November 18 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Sat, November 19 TBC 10:30 Semifinals
Sat, November 19 TBC 17:30 Semifinals
Sun, November 20 TBC 15:00 Final

Doubles Schedule and Results

Date Match Time Stage
Sun, November 13 Arevalo/Rojer 5-7 6-7 Glasspool/Heliovaar 10:30 Round robin
Sun, November 13 Ram/Salisbury vs. Granollers/Zeballos 17:30 Round robin
Mon, November 14 Koolhof/Skupski vs. Kokkinakis/Kyrgios 10:30 Round robin
Mon, November 14 Mektic/Pavic vs Dodig/Krajicek 17:30 Round robin
Tues, November 15 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Tues, November 15 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Weds, November 16 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Weds, November 16 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Thurs, November 17 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Thurs, November 17 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Fri, November 18 TBC 10:30 Round robin
Fri, November 18 TBC 17:30 Round robin
Sat, November 19 TBC 10:30 Semifinals
Sat, November 19 TBC 17:30 Semifinals
Sun, November 20 TBC 15:00 Final
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How to Watch the ATP Finals 2022

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TV channel   Tennis Channel beIN SPORTS
Streaming Amazon Prime Video Tennis Channel app, Tennis Channel Plus TSN beIN SPORTS

Prize Money

Participating in the finals is lucrative, with the prize money rising this year.

Even Holger Rune, the 19-year-old world number ten on standby in case any starting eight are injured, is guaranteed $150,000 (around £127,000).

The second figures below are the doubles prizes. Doubles players share the money they win.

Stage Fee
Alternate $150,000 (£127,000) / $50,000 (£42,000)
One match played $160,000 (£135,000) / $52,000 (£44,000)
Two matches played $240,000 (£203,000) / $97,500 (£82,300)
Three matches played $320,000 (£270,000) / $130,000 (£110,000)
Round-robin win $383,300 (£323,700) / $93,300 (£78,800)
Semifinal win $1.1m (£903,725) / $170,000 (£144,000)
Champion $2.2m (£1.9m) / $350,400 (£296,000)
Undefeated champion $4.7m (£4m) / $930,300 ($786,000)
Golam Muktadir is the chief editor of Surprise Sports. He checks all the sports content and craft it to make it more digesting for the readers.

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