The ATP Finals in London from 2009-2020 by numbers: 850 million viewers, $78.8m in prize money
London’s O2 Arena waved goodbye to the ATP Finals as a successful 12-year stint drew to a close this year with Daniil Medvedev the last man standing.
The O2 Arena staged the season-ending championships for the first time in 2009 when another Russian in Nikolay Davydenko won the inaugural title in London.
And 12 years later the tournament, which will move to Turin, Italy, in 2021, wrapped up with Medvedev beating US Open champion Dominic Thiem in the grand finale.
A quick look at some impressive figures from the ATP Finals during the successful 12-stint in London.
BY THE NUMBERS 2009-2020:
• 850m plus – cumulative global broadcast audience across more than 175 territories
• $78,840,000 – total prize money paid to players
• 2,803,964 – cumulative on-site attendance at O2 Arena
• $2m plus – raised for charities, including Cancer Research UK, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Save the Children and UNICEF
• 50,336 – total points played (singles & doubles)
• 34,297 – total minutes played (singles & doubles), equivalent to 24 days of action
• 163 – minutes played in the longest singles final (Medvedev v Thiem, 2020)
• 101 – total participants across singles and doubles competitions
• 36 – nationalities represented by event participants
• 21 – age of the youngest singles champion in London (Stefanos Tsitsipas, 2019)
• 4 – Year-end singles No 1s crowned (Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal)
BY THE NUMBERS 2020 ATP Finals:
• 131m – video views on ATP Tour and Tennis TV social media channels (+88% YoY)
• 1.9m – streams watched on Tennis TV during the 2020 tournament (+21% YoY)
• 8,000 – masks donated by Nitto for the event to protect players and their entourages, officials, drivers, security personnel and staff
• 2,353 – COVID-19 PCR tests administered throughout the event
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