Chinanews.com, November 1st. ATP official local time issued a statement on the year-end finals on October 31st, stating that this year's ATP year-end finals will continue to be held behind closed doors at the O2 Arena in London and there will be no spectators for the competition.
ATP issued a statement about the year-end finals.
That night, British Prime Minister Boris announced that England will enter the second total blockade, from November 5th to December 2nd.
The ATP quickly responded to this.
"According to the British Prime Minister's recent statement, the 2020 Ridong ATP year-end finals will continue to be held behind closed doors at the O2 Arena in London (no spectators). We will maintain cooperation with all local and national stakeholders and take all necessary measures to Ensure the safety of participants in the competition.” ATP wrote in an official statement.
The 2020 ATP year-end finals are scheduled to be held from November 15-22. It is worth mentioning that this year is also the 50th anniversary of the event.
The current ATP finalists are Djokovic, Nadal, Tim, Medvedev, Zverev Jr. and Sisipas.
If nothing happens, regardless of the outcome of the event, Djokovic will be the number one year-end.
The lack of the "Swiss King" Federer also gave the younger generation more hope of winning in this competition.