The 2012 ATP Tour Finals is the climax for the ATP Tour tournament calendar each year where the ATP Tour champion i.e. year-end World No.1 player is crowned at this final “BIG 14″ MAJOR prestigious event. The official name of the ATP Tour Finals due to title sponsorship naming rights is the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.
Every tournament for the year builds towards this year-end final showdown between the world’s best male players in 2012. The ATP Tour Finals showcase the unique format where only 8 players compete, first in a round robin and culminating with knockout semi finals and the men’s singles final.
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I encourage you to “Follow” the ATP Tour on Twitter like I do. The official handle is @ATPWorldTour and the official hash tag is #FinalShowdown. Please “Like” the official Facebook page just as I do by pasting: http://www.facebook.com/ATPWorldTour into your address bar then click “Like” once you are there.
This year marks the fourth year that the ATP Tour Finals will be held in London, England at the O2 Arena on blue indoor hard courts. The centre court has a 23,000 seating capacity, the total prize money for 2012 is € 5,500,000 and this year-end championships tournament was first held in 1970.
This tournament runs from Monday 5 November to Monday 12 November. The round robin stages run for the first six days before the semi finals are held on Sunday 11 November with the Singles Final day being Monday 12 November.
The 2011 men’s singles champion was No.3 seed Roger FEDERER who defeated No.6 seed Jo-Wilfried TSONGA in the final 6-3, 6-7 (6-8), 6-3 to win a record sixth year-end championships singles title.
This page was created to make it easier for YOU to find the information that YOU are looking for on OnCourt Advantage. All of the OnCourt Advantage web pages related to London are listed below and all future 2012 London coverage will be continually updated on this directory page. For all coverage of London in previous years please click ATP Tour Finals 2011 and ATP Tour Finals.