Rafael Nadal will end 2019 on top of the ATP Men’s Rankings after his gutsy efforts through injury landed him the honour of being world number one.
An epic ATP Final saw Greek superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas beat the Austrian powerhouse Dominic Thiem to capture the ATP Finals title.
Rafael Nadal was confirmed as world number one at year end after a stunning two days at the O2 Arena in London as the ATP Finals roared into life.
A dramatic two days on the hard courts of London’s O2 Arena saw the ATP Finals take a further twist after the opening day defeat for Roger Federer.
An intriguing pair of opening matches Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer both get off to the perfect start in their attempt to be champion.
The ATP Finals groupings has been set with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer drawn in the same group that taking place in London at the O2 Arena.
The ATP Finals at the O2 London held the unveiling of Matchbook.com’s new brand identity and release of their new betting exchange platform.