Nitto ATP Finals Seating Guide
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About the Nitto ATP Finals:
The Nitto ATP Finals is the year-end climax to the men's professional tennis season, featuring only the world's best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams as they battle it out for the last title of the season. Players compete for FedEx ATP Rankings points throughout the season in a bid to earn one of the eight coveted berths. Played using a round-robin format, each participant plays three matches as they compete for a berth in the knockout semi-finals and beyond. An undefeated champion will earn 1,500 FedEx ATP Rankings points.
The Nitto ATP Finals will be held in the city of Turin from 2021 to 2015. Turin is the 15th host city of the prestigious season finale, which celebrated its 50-year anniversary in 2020. Total prize money in 2021 will be USD$14.5 million.
The Nitto ATP Finals will be played at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, the largest indoor arena in Italy, from November 2021. Opened in 2005, it is a symbol of Turin moving towards the future. The project, created by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and Pier Paolo Maggiora, features two underground levels and completely flexible stands that will be set up to hold 12,000 spectators. The structure is clad in steel outside. The stadium hosted the final stages of ice hockey tournament at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Over the past 15 years, the Pala Alpitour has hosted concerts by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Green Day, Rihanna, Peter Gabriel, Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande. In 2018 it was the venue for the the pen's Volleyball World Championships.
Pala Alpitour Map:
Center Court Ticket Options:
Championship Tennis Tours offers excellent CAT 1 lower level 100 sections as well as in the CAT 2 upper level 200 and 300 sections. The umpire and players sit on the east side of the court.
History of the tournament:
Men's professional tennis has always featured a year-end championship ever since Jack Kramer, the first executive director of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), implemented the Grand Prix structure of a year-long series of tennis tournaments in 1969
. From the first Masters in Tokyo in December of 1970, it became a prestigious event, and was subsequently held in Paris, Barcelona, Boston, Melbourne, Stockholm, and Houston before the event started a 13 year run at the Madison Square Garden in New York until 1989. The Masters evolved into the ATP Tour World Championships in 1990
Frankfurt and Hanover shared the event in 1999. In 2000
, the event was rebranded Tennis Masters Cup and was held in Lisbon, Sydney, Houston and Shanghai. In 2009
, the event moved to The 02 in London, the world's busiest entertainment arena as the Nitto ATP Finals and celebrated the 50th anniversary in 2020. After a successful 12-year stint in London, the tournament will move to Turin from 2021
-2025. The five-year agreement will see the world’s beat players compete at the Pala Alpitour stadium, Italy’s largest indoor sporting arena.
Nitto ATP Finals Prize money:
Singles Prize Money
Round-robin match win:
Semi-final match win:
Getting to the Pala Alpitour Arena with public transportation:
The Pala Alpitour in Turin is located in the Santa Rita district, next to the Olympic Stadium and in front of the majestic city park of Piazza D’Armi. The Pala Alpitour gates are located on the pedestrian part of Corso Sebastopoli (at street number 123), formerly Piazza D’Armi, while the ticket office is located on the opposite side of the Pala Alpitour, in Via Filadelfia 82.
DISTANCES FROM THE MAIN POINTS OF INTEREST
From Torino Caselle Airrport: 21 Km
From Porta Nuova station: 4 Km
From Porta Susa station: 4.7 Km
From Piazza San Carlo: 4.9 Km
How to reach the Pala Alpitor from train stations by public transport:
• from Porta Nuova station: line 4
• from Porta Susa station: line 10
• from Lingotto station: lines 14, 63