Tokyo, Parigi, Barcellona, Boston, Melbourne, Stoccolma, Houston, New York, Francoforte, Hannover, Lisbona, Sydney, Shanghai, Houston, Shanghai, Londra...TORINO. The announcement we have been waiting for days has just arrived: starting from 2021 and until 2025 the Italian city will host the tennis ATP Finals, the itinerant mini tournament played among the 8 best players in the world at the end of the season, in the second half of November. Italy is therefore once again the protagonist in the great world circuit, adding a massive event at the Masters 1000 of Rome and at the Milan's NextGen ATP Finals.

Turin won the competition from Singapore, Tokyo, Manchester and London, the city that hosted (at the 02 Arena) the tournament in recent years and that had re-nominated for it. It will be played on the hard court of the PalaAlpitour, also known as PalaIsozaki, the structure of over 14k seats inaugurated in 2005 and located close from the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.