***As of July, both the US Open (August 31-September 13) and the Western & Southern Open (August 19-28) will be played in NY, without fans. The Citi Open in DC is cancelled. The full Asian Swing is cancelled. Italy and Madrid have been moved to September. For tournaments after Roland-Garros, the next announcement is expected in mid-July***

The ATP Finals, held annually in November in London, is the best event in tennis for seeing the sport’s top shelf talent, as it is the year-end championships of the ATP World Tour. Throughout the season, players compete in a “race to the Finals,” trying to earn the most points in a single calendar year as they can. There are 2 draws in this event. 2019 competitors are Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Matteo Berrettini.

First is singles, featuring the top 8 male singles players. Second is doubles, comprised of the top 8 male doubles players. Both draws are split in half, and begin as a round robin called the Group Stage. The top 2 from each round robin then advance to a single-elimination Semifinal, with the winners advancing to the Final to battle for the trophy.



The ATP Finals is a great event for spectators because you are guaranteed to see the best players in the world in action. No other tournament throughout the year can guarantee the best of the best play til the end. Not only are you seeing the top pros play, but they are all playing against each other every match, ensuring you get to watch the highest level, most intense levels of tennis.

ATP Finals Tickets

Ticket Options

  • ATP Finals @ StubHub or ATP World Finals @ Vivid Seats
  • Direct tickets www.axs.com/NittoATPFinals
  • The group stage prices range between $34 to $94, depending on your seating tier. Semifinals range $94 – $170, Finals $112 – $200
  • For children under the age of 18, all tickets are 50% off.

Note: All of our ticket partners are legitimate, official, recommended ticket sellers and guaranteed to sell you official tennis tickets.

ATP Finals Schedule and Tickets

As there is one tennis court for the ATP Finals, ticket prices are broken down by which stage of the event you are seeing and which tier of seating you choose. Seat options, from best to worst, are Lower Bowl, Upper Bowl 1, Upper Bowl 2, and Upper Bowl 3. Lower Bowl is certainly the best place to sit to be close to the action.

Nov 10-17, 2019

ATP Finals Schedule and Tickets

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ATP Finals Hotel Picks

London certainly has a vast selection of hotels from which to choose. From a modern, sleek hotel in new construction to a quaint stay in a historic building, London has it all. Whether you want to be right next to the tennis action, nearby tourist sites, or somewhere in between, there is certainly a hotel that will fit your needs.

Intercontinental London The O2 – This is the closest hotel to The O2 Arena. If you are okay with a $450/night price tag, this place is a no-brainer. It is located just outside the doors of the Arena and boasts modern, 5-star amenities.

Holiday Inn Express London Greenwich – Just a 15 minute walk or a 10 minute bus ride away from the O2, this is a great option for staying near the venue, without breaking the bank.

Lansbury Heritage Hotel – Here is a chance to stay in history. The first building on the hotel’s site was in the 1600s! This luxury boutique hotel is walking distance to Canary Wharf, and just a short ride to The O2.

Raddison Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf – Just across the River Thames from the O2, this hotel is a great option. You can be close to the tennis, but on the other side of the river where there is more to do and see.

ibis London Docklands – A similarly located option to the Radisson, this ibis is a nice option, and a bit friendlier on the budget. Modern and bright, the rooms are on the smaller side, but packed with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

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Venue Information

The O2 Arena
Peninsula Square
London SE10 0DX, UK

  • With 20,000 seats, this venue has the second largest seating capacity in the United Kingdom
  • The O2 is the world’s busiest music venue; a title formerly held by NYC’s Madison Square Garden
  • All tennis is played on one center court
  • Luxury seating and premier hospitality offerings unlike anything in tennis
  • Due to the diverse nature of the venue, the light displays are second to none
  • Located in the heart of London, close to culture, history, shopping, restaurants, and the River Thames

The O2 Arena Seating Map

The ATP Finals are played at one of the largest venues in tennis. Only a handful of other tournaments have a center court that can fit 20,000+ fans.

O2 Arena Seating Map Tennis

ATP Finals Parking, Shuttle and Transportation Options

  • The best way to access The O2 Arena is by public transit. Consider using the London Underground. The O2 is situated next to North Greenwich tube and bus station which is wheelchair accessible. North Greenwich station is in Zone 2 & 3 and served by the Jubilee Line.
  • The numerous bus routes stopping at North Greenwich station are: 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 and 486. Destinations include: Stratford, Charlton, Greenwich, Lewisham, Woolwich, Eltham and Central London.
  • Thames Clippers runs The O2 River Bus Service during the event. This means that you can avoid the queues and guarantee yourself a seat for the journey home.
  • If you choose to drive, The O2 has 2,200 car parking spaces available. Prices start at $25, and it is advised that you book in advance

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London Airport Transfer & Ground Transport

Travel time from both London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW) to The O2 Arena is approximately one hour by car. There are train and bus routes available, but they would involve multiple transfers and take 2+ hours. Car, taxi, or Uber is the way to go from the airport. If you stay at any of our hotel picks near The O2 Arena, expect to pay anywhere from $100 to $150 for a town car.

GroundLink Airport Transfer and Private Drivers

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ATP Finals Car Rentals

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ATP Finals Flight Info

Both London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW) are located about an hour from The O2 Arena, which is situated in the heart of London, near Canary Wharf.

FlightHub is our favorite site to search for cheap flights to anywhere. They have amazing customer service and their search results allow you to narrow down by dozens of options, including airline, # stops, etc, as well as sign up for fare alerts.

Sometimes, waiting a few days or a week may make a huge difference in airfare prices. Check the cheapest flight options at FlightHub.

Cheap Flight Tips:

1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the cheapest days to fly. Next lowest fares are usually Thursday and Saturday (which usually means you can catch quarter finals on Friday, and head out on Saturday)

2) If you've already searched multiple times on a site for airfare, trying going private or incognito on your browser, which may show newer and lower rates

Cheap Flights for Tennis Events

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London Popular Activities & Things to Do

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Prior ATP Finals Dates

  • Nov 10-17, 2019
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