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myWorld Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall is the season finale for the ATP Champions Tour. Former Grand Slam Champions, World No.1’s and national icons compete in one of London’s most famed and iconic venues.

myWorld Champions Tennis has welcomed a host of the sport’s biggest names and personalities to play competitively in both singles matches and entertaining doubles matches, with previous players including John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Bjorn Borg, Pat Rafter, Goran Ivanisevic and Andy Roddick.

In 2019, a star-studded field competed in London, following a brand-new format which saw players work together in three teams to compete for the coveted myWorld Champions Tennis trophy. The teams were led by fan favourites Rusedski, Henman and Ivanisevic who were each joined by two other legends. Making their debuts in London were fresh-off-the-tour David Ferrer and Marcos Baghdatis.

We look forward to another iconic year in such a breath-taking arena – 2020 is sure to be another spectacular event.

Did you know

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most historic and prestigious arts venues in the world. The venue plays host annually to the Proms, and was the location for the first ever Sumo Wrestling tournament to be held outside of Japan.

Past Winners

  • 2019 – Team Greg (Greg Rusedski, Tommy Haas and Marcos Baghdatis)
  • 2018 – Juan Carlos Ferrero
  • 2017 – Juan Carlos Ferrero
  • 2016 – Fabrice Santoro
  • 2015 – Fernando Gonzalez
  • 2014 – Fernando Gonzalez
  • 2013 – Patrick Rafter
  • 2012 – Fabrice Santoro
  • 2011 – Tim Henman
  • 2010 – Goran Ivanisevic
  • 2009 – Pat Rafter
  • 2008 – Cedric Pioline
  • 2007 – Paul Haarhuis
  • 2006 – Paul Haarhuis
  • 2005 – Paul Haarhuis
  • 2004 – Jim Courier
  • 2003 – John McEnroe
  • 2002 – Petr Korda
  • 2001 – Guy Forget
  • 2000 – Pat Cash
  • 1999 – John McEnroe
  • 1998 – John McEnroe
  • 1997 – John McEnroe

City: London, United Kingdom
Dates: 26-29 November 2020
Venue: The Royal Albert Hall
Surface: Indoor Hard

Website: www.myworldchampionstennis.co.uk