ATP World Tour Finals TV Schedule
by Staff | November 20th, 2009, 9:35 am
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The 2009 ATP World Tour Finals begin this Sunday, November 22 from London’s O2 Arena with the singles final on November 29.

The year-end ATP event features the eight of the Top 10 players competing with the winner’s prize share in excess of $1.6 million.

Andy Roddick is the lone Top 8 player to withdrawing but the field remains stacked and loaded with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Juan Martin Del Potro, Nikolay Davydenko, Fernando Verdasco and Robin Soderling.

The tournament uses a round robin format with two groups of four. The top two in each group will emerge to the knockout semifinals and final.

The Sunday and Monday schedules have already been released. On Sunday, Murray will play Del Potro with Federer v. Verdasco at Night.

Monday it’s Nadal v. Soderling in the day, Djokovic v. Davydenko at night.

Free live streaming of all the matches is available through the ATP and the tournament will be televised live in several countries.

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals US TV Schedule (all times ET):
Nov 22, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 22, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 23, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 23, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 24, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 24, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 25, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 25, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 26, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 26, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 27, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 27, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 28, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Singles & Doubles Semi-Finals – Live
Nov 28, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles & Doubles Semi-Finals – Live
Nov 29, Tennis Channel, 7:30, Doubles Final – Live
Nov 29, ESPN2, 8:00, Semi-Final Highlights and Singles Final Live (ESPN2)
Nov 29, Tennis Channel, 14:00, Singles Final – Delayed

United Kingdom TV Schedule (all times GMT):
Nov 22, Sky Sports Xtra, 12:00, Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 22, Sky Sports 3 Digital, 14:00, Singles Round Robin – Live
Nov 22, BBC2, 14:00, Singles Round Robin – Live
Nov 22, Sky Sports 1 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 23, Sky Sports 1 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 23, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 24, Sky Sports 1 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 24, Sky Sports 3 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 25, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 25, Sky Sports 3 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 26, Sky Sports 1 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 26, Sky Sports 1 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 27, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 27, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Round Robin – Live
Nov 28, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Semi-Finals – Live
Nov 28, BBC2, 14:00, Singles Semi-Final – Live
Nov 28, Sky Sports 2 Digital, 19:00, Singles & Doubles Semi-Finals – Live
Nov 29, Sky Sports 3 Digital, 12:30, Singles & Doubles Final – Live
Nov 29, BBC2, 14:00, Singles Final – Live


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5 Comments for ATP World Tour Finals TV Schedule

Deborah Says:

Nadal is toast! Soderling will eat him alive! Roger can beat Verdasco with his eyes closed. He will win the season-ending tournament and stay number 1 for a long time. Go Roger!


topspin Says:

lol, ok rog will win this one, ok…

HAHAHAHAHAHA


Skorocel Says:

Free live streaming? I’ll have to check that one whether it’s really “free” LOL :-)


Kimmi Says:

“Free live streaming of all the matches is available through the ATP”

What? FREE? is this tennistv you are talking about? If it is then I don’t think so….


Bobby Says:

FEDERER THE BEST EVER AND HIS RECORD SPEAKS FOR IT SELF.THE TACTICS USED AGAINST ROGER IS HIS GAME,SMART OF THE OTHER PLAYERS TO USE THE WISDOM OF HIS GAME.FEDERER HAS WON SO MUCH HE NOW FACES MORE THAN THE OTHER PLAYER.GO AHEAD MAKE HIM PLAY POINTS OVER LIKE THE DOUBLE FAULT AT THE U.S. OPEN AGAINST DELPOTRO.THE RULE SAYS THE POINT IS OVER.NOT GIVE DELPOTRO A FIRST SERVE BECAUSE SO MUCH HAPPENED TO STOP PLAY.FEDERER WAS ROB AND DELPOTRO REWARDED.ONLY PEOPLE LIKE ME WANTS FAIR PLAY.

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