ATP World tour finals

18/11/2015 | By | Reply More

The ATP World tour finals have already started, in case you hadn’t noticed, and tonight we were treated to a Djokovic vs Federer rematch. Today Murray vs Nadal.

I like this tournament. I’ve been a couple of times now and it’s such a different feel from the slightly stuffy and exclusive Wimbledon. It was great to hear that London will continue to host this series until at least 2018. It’s much more vibrant than Wimbledon and you WILL get to see a decent match between players. No luck of the draw required. If you get the chance to go, you should. It’s much pretty entertaining in this format and great to watch the world’s top players.

The tournament is set up differently to other tournaments you may be used. It’s played over three sets rather than the five that you see in a Grand Slam and therefore the odds will shift around a lot more than longer matches, where a comeback has more of a chance. Of course, over the year, there are plenty of men’s matches that take place over the best of three, but as this tournament occurs off season for other sports so this may be new to you if you only pay attention to grand slams.

The structure is also different, you have a round robin group stage where players play each other then qualify for the latter stages of the tournament. This ensures some good matches, especially as only the very top players get to qualify.

I found that for the perfect trading conditions in Tennis you ideally want two scenarios. High quality competitive contests, or low quality ‘competitive’ contests. We definitely have the former here. It’s typically very entertaining.

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