Latest ATP Finals 2020 draws: Nadal struggles while Djokovic gains advantages

The latest ATP Finals 2020 draws are available today. View live schedule of the last prestigious tennis tournament of the year by ATP World Tour system.

Nitto ATP Finals 2020 is the last major tournament of the year in the tennis world. This year’s tournament took place from November 15-22, becoming the last to be held in London before moving to Italy in 2021.

Based on the world rankings, the top 8 players will come to England. Because the world’s 5th place Roger Federer (Switzerland) had to leave the end of this season, the Argentine world 9th class player Diego Schwartzman was promoted to replace.

The remaining positions are from 1 to 7 respectively including Novak Djokovic (Serbia), Rafael Nadal (Spain), Dominic Thiem (Austria), Daniil Medvedev (Russia), Alexander Zverev (Germany), Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece), and Andrey. Rublev (Russia).

Players start from the group stage in a circle play format, with 200 points each winning. The top 4 players in the 2 groups reached the semi-finals, each winning 400 points. The winner of the final gets 500 extra points.

In singles bounties, the backup player receives $ 73,000. The player who attended the tournament received $ 153,000. Winning each group stage match gets $ 153,000. Semi-final winner received $ 402,000. The final winner receives $ 550,000. Winners with a win-win record will receive up to $ 1,564,000.

ATP Finals 2020 draw: Nadal struggles while Djokovic gains advantages

ATP Finals 2020 organizer has just drawn the table in the morning, bringing Rafael Nadal in a group full of pitfalls. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is somewhat lighter in the group stage ATP Finals 2020, which will take place from November 15-22 in London.

Latest ATP Finals 2020 fixtures: Nadal struggles while Djokovic gains advantages

The Serbian star in Group A is named Tokyo 1970 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ATP Finals. The same branch is the 2020 Paris Masters champion Daniil Medvedev, 2020 Paris Masters runner-up Alexander Zverev and rookie Diego Schwartzman. But in terms of difficulty, world No. 2 Rafael Nadal in Group B named London 2020 is probably tenser.

The Spanish star will meet Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev who is in good shape when he is the winner of the most titles in 2020, besides being ranked third in the world and 2020 US Open champion Dominic Thiem and ATP Finals defending champion Stefanos Tsitsipas. If a player is injured, Matteo Berrettini and Denis Shapovalov are ready to fill.