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Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
The O2 Arena - London England
The 2009 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals - London, England
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About the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
The Tennis Masters Cup was created in 1999 as a replacement for the Grand Slam Cup and the World Championship which preceded it. The Tennis Masters Cup is the season ending championships for singles for the ATP tour and is limited to the top 8 men who qualify and compete in a round robin format. The current venue for the Tennis Masters Cup is in Shanghai China but after this year it will move to London in 2009. The Tennis Masters Cup will be held at the O2 Arena annually from 2009 until at least 2012.. The event, which comes to London in 2009, is the ATP World Tour's season-ending championship and features the world's top eight ranked singles players battling to be the number one player of the year. The world's top eight doubles teams will also be competing to establish the top pairing. The finals have been hosted by the following cities so far: New York, Sydney, Stockholm, Lisbon and Shanghai.
There's no better place to FEEL IT - the Intensity, Ferocity, Speed and Passion - than at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, the flagship event and season finale of the ATP World Tour. Admission is coveted by many, but earned only by the elite eight singles players and elite eight doubles teams who demonstrate sustained excellence throughout the year on the ATP circuit.
The qualification equation is exceedingly simple but brutally tough. Finish the season in the Top 8 and you're in. And the rewards are high: $5 million in total prize money, the chance to win one of the most prestigious titles in tennis and to finish as the season's No. 1 player.
At the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, there's no place to hide as the likes of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic go head-to-head in one-on-one gladiatorial battles in their purest form. Survive the grueling round-robin phase and take your place in the cut-throat semifinals and final.
ATP World Finals History
Played under a unique round-robin format, the top eight ATP stars all play three matches as they battle for a berth in the knockout semifinals. The prestigious tournament has been contested in major cities around the world with a rich history dating back to the birth of The Masters in 1970 in Tokyo. The Masters, which was anchored at New York's famed Madison Square Garden from 1977 to 1989, evolved into the ATP Tour World Championships in 1990. German cities Frankfurt and Hannover shared the event through 1999 and in 2000 the event was rebranded Tennis Masters Cup.
In a dramatic beginning to the Tennis Masters Cup in 2000 in Lisbon, Gustavo Kuerten became the first South American to rank year-end No. 1 after stunning Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi in the semifinals and final. Australian Lleyton Hewitt won on home soil in Sydney in 2001 and in Shanghai the following year. Roger Federer then won back-to-back titles in Houston (2003-04) before the finale returned to Shanghai for a four-year period. David Nalbandian upset Federer 7-6 in the fifth to take the title in 2005 before Federer again won consecutive crowns in 2006-07. Shanghai will host its fourth consecutive Tennis Masters Cup this November before the event is reborn in 2009 as the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals to be held in the heart of London at the O2 arena from 2009 to 2012.
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