Zverev looks to defend ATP Finals title


2019 ATP Finals 

Tennis tournament
The O2 Arena 
London, England 
10-17 November 

The 2019 ATP Finals will be played at the O2 Arena in the capital city of England, London between 10 and 17 November. 

This will be the 50th (singles) edition of the men's tournament and it is called Nitto ATP Finals for sponsorship reasons.
 
Novak Djokovic in action.
 
 Zverev lifted last year's ATP Finals title after defeating Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic in the final.
 
The German player is looking forward to playing in this year's tournament which features the best tennis players in the world.
“Obviously it’s the best eight players in the world so there’s nobody that you’d rather play,"  Zverev told the Metro
 
"But I think the Andre Agassi group is especially interesting with the three young guys and Rafa (Nadal) in there. It’s a very open one."
 
Mike Bryan in action.
 
Meanwhile, the 45th edition of the doubles competition will also take place in London.
 
All eyes will be on the defending champions, Mike Bryan and Jack Sock, who won last year's doubles titles.

You might enjoy: Tennis records that may never be broken
 
The American duo won the trophy after securing a victory over France's Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.
 
Bryan and Sock will be keen to defend their titles ahead of January's Australian Open which will be the first Grand Slam in 2020.
 

Last five singles champions


 2014 - Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2015 - Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
 
2016 - Andy Murray (Scotland)

2017 - Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
 
2018 - Alexander Zverev (Germany)
 

Last five doubles champions


 2014 - Jack Sock and Mike Bryan (Both USA)  
 
2015 - Jean-Julien Rojer (Holland) and Horia Tec─âu (Romania)

2016 - Finland Henri Kontinen (Finland) and John Peers (Australia)

2017 - Finland Henri Kontinen (Finland) and John Peers (Australia)
 
2018 - Jack Sock and Mike Bryan (Both USA)

Bet on tennis online


Bet on the biggest names in tennis competing in the most prestigious tournaments from Wimbledon to Roland GarrosRegister today and start exploring all the different markets that tennis has to offer; from a simple 1x2 Match Result bet on your favourite player, to a Multi Bet with a Set Winner bet over multiple matches. Whatever you choose to do, Betway has a betting option for you.

Bet on tennis online at Betway


For all the latest sports news, betting tips and promotions follow Betway on Facebook, TwitterInstagram and YouTubeDownload the Betway App

Published: 11/07/2019