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ATP World Tour Finals 2016

ATP World Tour Finals 2016

ATP World Tour Finals 2016: live stream How to watch online Watch Novak Djokovic vs Dominic Thiem Live On November 13, Sunday at  at 2.00pm BST on Sunday in London, and Live Stream: ky Sports 3HD, BBC2 HD and BBC Radio Five Live sports extra., The Game Live stream on this link below.

 ATP World Tour Finals 2016 Live Stream

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After a weeks break, the ATP’s elite gather in London for their season ending event. The World Tour Finals will see Andy Murray take to the court for the first time as the World No.1 while there are two players making their WTF debut in Gael Monfils and Dominic Thiem. Thiem qualified after the current World No. 8 Rafael Nadal’s season ending a while back.

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals brings the curtain down on another tennis season, with the top eight players battling it out for end-of-season bragging rights at The O2 Arena in London. Taking place from 13-20 November, the tournament is supplemented by the battle for the year-end world number one between new incumbent Andy Murray and four-time defending champion Novak Djokovic

Eight of the top-ranked Men’s singles stars along with doubles pairs will battle for the year-ending title at the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals in London from 13 November. With the absence of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, which is also the first time in 14 years both the tennis stars are missing from the ATP Finals action, the spotlight will be on newly-crowned number one Andy Murray.

Playing in front of his home crowd, Murray will battle with world number two Novak Djokovic, who is chasing his fifth consecutive title in London, to retain the year-ending top spot. The Scot has a slender advantage over the Serb in terms of points and will need to at least match the latter’s achievement in the tournament to maintain his position.

However, Murray, who last progressed to the final stages in 2012, finds himself drawn in a tough group. He will be facing Stanislas Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic, against whom he has a 27-12 record, in the group stages of the tournament.