The ATP has announced their prestigious year-end Finals event will remain in London through 2020, and will be called the Nitto ATP Finals after the Japanese industrial company replaces Barclays as the title sponsor.
“We’re delighted to extend our stay in London and to have Nitto come on board as title sponsor over the next four years,” said Chris Kermode, ATP Executive Chairman & President. “It’s fantastic news to have such an ambitious and innovative company partner with our season-ending showcase in what is unquestionably one of the most exciting times in men’s professional tennis in recent memory. We look forward to a successful partnership and to the continued growth of our season finale in London.”
With the Tour’s regular season wrapping up in Europe, it makes sense to hold the event on the continent. And especially so in London if Andy Murray is among the participants.
The ATP Finals began in London in 2009 after spending time in Shanghai, Houston, Sydney and Lisbon since 2000.
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