2018 ATP Tennis World Tour Finals

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Events

11th to 18th November, 2018

The ATP World Tour is a global professional tennis circuit organized by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The 2018 ATP Tennis World Tour comprises the Davis Cup, the ATP World Tour 250 series, the ATP World Tour 500 series, the ATP World Tour Masters 1000, the Grand Slam tournaments, and finally the ATP Finals. However, do note that though the Next Gen ATP Finals and the Hopman Cup are featured in the 2018 calendar, there will be no distribution of ranking points.

If you are planning to watch any of those live events with a group of travel companions, consider getting a coach or minibus package. With Select Coach Hire, you will never be late for any important match, and you will be able to travel in comfort and utmost convenience. Contact us today via phone to make the necessary arrangements!

About the Association of Tennis Professionals

The ATP is the governing body of pro tennis circuits. There are currently 64 tournaments in more than 30 countries. The World Tour showcases talented male athletes competing in some of the world’s most exciting venues. From Asia to the Americas and Europe to Australia, the selected tennis stars of this year’s World Tour will duke it out for ATP Rankings points and prestigious titles. At the end of the season, only the Top 8 qualified doubles teams and singles players will compete for the last title of the season – the Nitto ATP Finals.

The finals will be held at The O2, in London. It will be staged in a round-robin format and players will compete in three matches (minimum) each during the group stages. They are battling for a berth in the knockout semi-finals. In addition, each session will include a world-class doubles match.

2017’s Nitto ATP Finals brought a magnificent close to an unforgettable season. Last year’s tournament pitted famous tennis players such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal against several must-see newcomers. The event eventually culminated with Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgarian) scoring a spectacular 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 win in the final. His opponent was Belgium’s David Goffin.

Further Information about the 2018 ATP Tennis World Tour Finals

There are four ticket options for the 2018 ATP Tennis World Tour Finals: single sessions, multiple sessions, full day tickets, and hospitality packages. What does a hospitality package has in store for you? Well, you get the best available seats in the Lower Bowl. It is located opposite the umpire, in block 102. Do note that the row of seats at the front of the lower bowl seating, within the arena, is limited.

Next, you get to choose whether your package covers only the afternoon, evening, or a full day. Guests who opt for this option will be given a commemorative gift and be part of the official event programme. There is also a concierge service and dedicated hostess to make use of. If you are coming to the finals with a group of four people or more, you can reserve tables early on. Apart from the complimentary soft drinks, beer, and wine, you get to purchase cocktails and champagne as well. Let’s not forget that there is a three-course international gourmet buffet that awaits you! From more information about the tickets, check them out here!