ATP Champions Tour Events are typically played over two to four days with a mixture of team and individual events in both singles and doubles.

Eligibility: Only the very best get to play on the ATP Champions Tour. To compete players need to have held the World No.1 ranking, reached a Grand Slam final, or been a singles player in a victorious Davis Cup team.

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ATP Champions Tour Events are typically played over two to four days with a mixture of team and individual events in both singles and doubles.

Eligibility: Only the very best get to play on the ATP Champions Tour. To compete players need to have held the World No.1 ranking, reached a Grand Slam final, or been a singles player in a victorious Davis Cup team.

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ATP Champions Tour Events are typically played over two to four days with a mixture of team and individual events in both singles and doubles.

Eligibility: Only the very best get to play on the ATP Champions Tour. To compete players need to have held the World No.1 ranking, reached a Grand Slam final, or been a singles player in a victorious Davis Cup team.

Read more

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Champions Tennis, London, 25-28 November 2021

The season-ending tournament, held at the Royal Albert Hall, has taken place every year since 1997, making it the ATP Champions Tour’s longest-running tournament.

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We had a lot of fun out there, so whatever the result, it didn’t matter. The goal was to have fun and the most important thing was to make sure the crowd enjoyed it. If they enjoyed it, I enjoyed it! I loved it out there so much.

Marcos Baghdatis

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