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How to watch the 2021 ATP Finals live in Australia

The season-ending ATP Finals in London features only the crème de la crème of the men’s tennis world. This is how to watch.

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The ATP Finals ranks behind only the four grand slams in terms of importance within the tennis world. The top eight ranked men's players will square off at a new venue in a new country in 2021 after spending the last 12 years being held in London.

The world's top 8 ranked men compete in the tournament which takes place at the end of the season. Russia's Daniil Medvedev won the singles title last year and will be back to defend his crown in 2021. Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev have also qualified. Four spots remain up for grabs.

When is the 2021 ATP Finals tournament?

The tournament will be held from November 14 to November 21. The tournament will be held in Turin, Italy. For the last 12 years, London's O2 Arena has been the tournament's home. Turin will host the event until 2025.

How to watch the 2021 ATP Finals in Australia

This tournament is exclusive to ESPN. That means you have a number of options for watching the tennis in Australia, including Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports and Fetch TV. You can see a detailed breakdown in our ATP tennis viewing guide.

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Stream 2021 ATP Finals on Kayo Sports

Kayo currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. It has access to more than 50 sports.

Subscriptions for Kayo Sports are $25 per month for the Basic option, where you can watch games on 2 screens or devices. The Premium option is $10 more per month and gives you 3 screens.

Kayo has a number of special features, such as Kayo Minis. Available shortly after matches have completed, you can then watch a condensed version. SplitView lets you watch four sports at once. Interactive Stats, Key Moments Timeline and No Spoilers are other options.

The platform is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay. We have put together a full review of the service for you.

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Watch 2021 ATP Finals on Foxtel Now

Foxtel Now is the pay TV giant's digital streaming service. You have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack which costs $54 per month in total.

If you haven't tried it previously, Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free triall. We have also put together a full Foxtel Now guide which includes the list of compatible devices.

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Stream the 2021 ATP Finals via Fetch TV

Subscription television service Fetch TV also has access to ESPN. You can stream it via its Vibe channel pack for $6 per month. The total cost of your subscription will depend on whether you bought your Fetch box outright or through a broadband provider.

Who is competing in the 2021 ATP Finals?

In order of world ranking, the eight singles players are Novak Djokovic (Serbia), Daniil Medvedev (Russia), Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) and Alexander Zverev (Russia) have qualified so far.

Format of the 2021 ATP Finals

The tournament features a round-robin format with both the singles and doubles split into two groups of four.

The two top players/teams from each group advance to the semi-finals and then the winners square off in the final. All singles matches are best of three sets.

History of the ATP Finals

This will be the 52nd edition of the singles tournament and the 47th of the doubles. Roger Federer has won the most ATP Finals titles (six), ahead of Ivan Lendl, Novak Djokovic and Pete Sampras, who all won five. Aussie ace Lleyton Hewitt won it twice in 2001 and 2002.

Who will win the 2021 ATP Finals?

Any of the four men who have qualified could claim the title. Djokovic has been impressible at times and is the favourite at this stage.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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