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Tennis - ATP World Tour Finals

After battling in tournaments around the world for 10 months, the eight leading players in the world rankings compete for the tour title in a week-long event.
Masters tournaments had been held by the International Tennis Federation and Association of Tennis Professionals but it wasn't until the creation of the Masters Cup in 2000 that a universally recognised end of year championship was staged.
In 2009 the tournament was re-named the ATP World Tour Finals and found a new home - the O2 Arena in London.
The eight players are split into two groups of four and play round-robin three set matches to determine the semi-finalists.

H - Hard Court, I - Indoors

YEAR
VENUE
WINNER
2000
Lisbon (I)
GUSTAVO KUERTEN (Bra)
2001
Sydney(I)
LLEYTON HEWITT (Aus)
2002 Shanghai (I) LLEYTON HEWITT (Aus)
2003
Houston (H)
ROGER FEDERER (Swi) 
2004
Houston (H)
ROGER FEDERER (Swi) 
2005
Shanghai (I)
DAVID NALBANDIAN (Arg)
2006
Shanghai (I)
ROGER FEDERER (Swi) 
2007
Shanghai (I)
ROGER FEDERER (Swi) 
2008
Shanghai (I)
NOVAK DJOKOVIC (Ser) 
2009
London (I)
NIKOLAY DAVYDENKO (Rus) 
2010
London (I)
ROGER FEDERER (Swi) 
2011 London (I) ROGER FEDERER (Swi)
2012 London (I) NOVAK DJOKOVIC (Ser)
2013 London (I) NOVAK DJOKOVIC (Ser)
2014 London (I) NOVAK DJOKOVIC (Ser)
2015 London (I) NOVAK DJOKOVIC (Ser)
2016 London (I) ANDY MURRAY (Gbr)
2017 London (I) GRIGOR DIMITROV (Bul)
2018 London (I) ALEX ZVEREV (Ger)

 

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