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Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
at The O2 arena
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals returns to The O2 Sunday 13 to Sunday 20 November 2016.
The ATP’s crown jewel event has been staged in London since 2009, welcoming more than 1.5 million fans to The O2 across the past six years. In 2014, the tournament set an all-time attendance record of 263,560, the most in the 45-year history of the tournament.
“We are delighted to have reached an agreement which will see the tournament celebrate its 10th successive year in London in 2018,” said Chris Kermode, ATP chairman. “The tournament has been a spectacular success since moving to The O2 in 2009, generating record crowds, incredible atmospheres, and a soaring worldwide TV audience which broke the 100 million mark for the first time last year.
“The O2 has enabled us to present the sport in a new and vibrant way, in a media-friendly time zone, and in one of the world’s greatest cities,” continued Kermode. “For us, there is currently no better place to stage our season-ending event.”
The Mayor of London welcomed news of the event staying in the capital for a further two years. “I am a huge tennis fan and as Mayor am immensely proud to see the phenomenal success of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals here in London, underlining our city's status as the home of sport,” said Johnson. “What's not to love about having the best men's tennis players in full flight at one of the world's greatest venues? It's an event that attracts hundreds of thousands of fans each year and I am thrilled that the capital is to continue hosting what has become one of the highlights of the sporting calendar.'
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