Nitto ATP Finals | Format
The Nitto ATP Finals is held annually as a season-ending championships.
The tournament has been running since 1970 and features the top eight singles players and doubles teams from the past season. The Nitto ATP Finals is the second highest tier ATP tournament, after the Grand Slams and has a unique format - find out everything you need to know about the competition format and the points and prize money up for grabs.
The Nitto ATP Finals is structured as a round-robin format, with eight singles players/doubles teams divided into two groups of four.
All singles matches are the best of three tie-break sets. All doubles matches are best of three sets, with the first two sets played as tie-break sets with no ads and the final set played as a match tie-break.
The top seeded player/team is placed in Group A and the second seeded player/team is placed in Group B. The remaining players/teams are then drawn in pairs with the first drawn placed in Group A and the second drawn placed in Group B.
Each player/team plays the three other players/teams in his group. The winner of each group is placed in separate semi-final brackets, with the top player/team in Group A playing the runner-up in Group B, and vice versa.
The Nitto ATP Finals is a prestigious tournament where only the world's best players can compete for the coveted end-of-year title. The season finale also offers more than $4.8 million for the undefeated champion as well as 1500 ATP Ranking points. See below for the full breakdown of prize money.
For more information on the prize money and points, please visit the Nitto ATP Finals website.
|2023 Prize Money||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money|
|Round-robin match win||$390,000||$95,000|
|Semi-final match win||$1,105,000||$175,650|