Tennis – ATP Finals: Five Cities Shortlisted As Playing Venues For 2021
London & Manchester are two of the most prominent names on a five-city waitlist that will host the the ATP Finals from 2021.
Singapore, Tokyo and Turin have likewise made the cut after in excess of 40 cities communicated an underlying enthusiasm for facilitating the season finale.
Manchester missed out to the Chinese city of Shenzhen prior this year, in its endeavor to have the WTA Finals – what might be compared to the ATP Finals.
A choice on the ATP Finals host will be made by March 2019 at the most earliest.
London has facilitated the occasion since 2009 and has drawn an aggregate of more than 2.5 million tennis fans to the O2 Arena from that point forward.
It stretched out its present arrangement to host through to 2020 in May 2017.
Manchester’s unsuccessful arrangement to organize the WTA Finals was focused on the 21,000-limit Manchester Arena, the probable setting in the event that it was effective with the ATP Finals offer.
“The level of interest we have received worldwide throughout the bid application process reflects the rich heritage of the #ATPFinals, as well as the success of the event at the O2 since 2009,” said Chris Kermode, #ATP executive chairman and president.https://t.co/yn5HIKaL6P
— Firstpost Sports (@FirstpostSports) December 14, 2018
Interesting news about the #atpfinals and the places bidding for the tournament from 2021. What do you think will happen? Where will it go? Will it stay in London?
The big question might be around #Brexit and how travel and costs might affect the tournament if it remained in UK.
— Sarah the Tennis Fanatic ? (@tennisfanatic) December 14, 2018
#Breaking Manchester, Singapore, Tokyo and Turin will be assessed alongside current hosts London as the possible future venue for the ATP Finals from 2021 to 2025, the governing body has announced pic.twitter.com/EQf9g3dVf4
— PA Sport (@pasport) December 14, 2018
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