ATP Tennis: TV Schedule

Full ATP schedule for live matches on TV & stream today, tonight, tomorrow, weekend, week & upcoming - Dates, times and channels

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The ATP Tour is the most prestigious and glamourous series of tennis tournaments. The tour is divided into a number of levels where players, depending on their experience and performance level, compete. The Grand Slams are the only tournaments that’re ranked higher than the ATP Tour series. You can watch the different tournaments from the ATP Tour live on TV or live streaming. The tournaments are running all year around and is broadcast by several networks. Find out when and how to follow the ATP Tour live here on, the best and most accurate ATP TV and live streaming schedule.

This is the ATP Tour

The Association of Tennis Professionals, ATP, was formed back in 1972 in order to represent and defend the professional tennis players. It was not before 1990 as the ATP became the governing body of the top-level tennis tournaments by creating the ATP Tour. Prior to the forming of the ATP Tour the tournaments were held by MIPTC, The Men’s International Professional Tennis Council.
The ATP Tour has been renamed a couple of times throughout the history. In 2001 it was named just ATP and between 2009 and 2019 the name of the association was the ATP World Tour. The ATP is a global organization with headquarters all over the world, currently in London, Florida, Monaco and Sydney.

The ATP Rankings

The ATP rankings have been in place since the organization’s beginning back in 1973. The ranking system is based on how the players are performing in ATP-certified tournaments. The rankings are updated on a weekly basis and accumulates points from the past year. The player who’s in the top and has collected the most points after the season is finished is crowned as the No. 1 tennis player of the year. Most Weeks at No. 1 ATP Rankings
1. Novak Djokovic (SRB), 315 weeks
2. Roger Federer (SUI), 310 weeks
3. Pete Sampras (USA), 286 weeks
4. Ivan Lendl (CZE), 270 weeks
5. Jimmy Connors (USA), 268 weeks *as of 7th April 2021

ATP Tour Tournaments

The ATP Tour is the biggest tennis association and the major organizer of tournaments for professional tennis players. Though it’s not responsible for the Grand Slam tournaments, the Olympic tennis tournament, the Davis Cup and a couple of other minor tournaments, the ATP Tour oversees some of the most popular and prestigious competitions - ATP Finals, ATP Masters 1000, ATP 500, ATP 250, ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour.

ATP Finals

The ATP Finals is a tournament that has been held since 1970 where the best players as of the ATP Rankings face each other. The tournament is relatively small compared to the other ATP Tour tournaments considering only the top eight ranked singles players and doubles teams are eligible for the season ending tournament.
The ATP Finals has been played on various locations around the world, most recently in London where it has been held between 2009 and 2020. As of 2021 the tournament will be played in Turin, Italy, at the Pala Alpitour. The tournament is played on hardcourt indoors. Roger Federer is the most successful player having played 10 ATP Finals and won 6 titles.

ATP Masters 1000

Aside from the Grand Slam tournaments the ATP Masters 1000 is the most prestigious series of tournaments. Home to the best players in the world, the ATP Masters 1000 is where you find the highest quality of tennis. There are currently nine tournaments included in the ATP Masters 1000 series. The Serbian, Novak Djokovic, is the most successful player in the series and is also the only one in the history to achieve the Career Golden Masters, winning all of the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments throughout during the career. ATP Masters 1000 Tournaments
- Indian Wells Masters, Indian Wells Tennis Garden (California), Hardcourt
- Miami Open, Hard Rock Stadium (Florida), Hardcourt
- Monte-Carlo Masters, Monte Carlo Country Club (Roquebrune-Cap-Martin), Clay
- Madrid Open, Caja Mágica (Madrid), Clay
- Italian Open, Foro Italico (Rome), Clay
- Canadian Open, Stade IGA/Aviva Centre (Montreal/Toronto), Hardcourt
- Cincinnati Masters, Lindner Family Tennis Center (Ohio), Hardcourt
- Shanghai Masters, Qi Zhong Stadium (Shanghai), Hardcourt
- Paris Masters, AccorHotels Arena (Paris), Hardcourt The Big Four
The Big Four is the common name of the so impressive quartet of tennis players including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. These players are seen as some of the best to ever been entering a tennis court and between 2013 and 2017 the Big Four had a streak of 42 consecutive finals appearances. The quartet has won more than 110 ATP Masters 1000 trophies combined and has been dominating the sport for over a decade.

Watch the ATP Tour live on TV & Live Stream

The ATP Tour tournaments are usually attractive rights for the broadcasting companies as they’re watched and followed by fans from all over the world. It doesn’t matter if you’re a huge fan of tennis itself or not, the top tier tournaments will offer something for everyone to enjoy. The atmosphere created by fans, the intriguing match ups between the world’s best players and the fast-paced action that makes tennis so special. is a TV schedule service made for all of you who don’t want to miss out on any upcoming tennis games. Whether it be the ATP 250, ATP 500 or the ATP Masters 1000, has got you covered with information on when and how to watch it live on TV or live streaming. Check out the ATP Tour TV schedule above and find every upcoming tennis event broadcast in the US and Canada.
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