London to Face Competition from ‘four other regions’ to Remain Host of ATP World Tour Finals
By Community | October 17, 2014
ATP Executive Chairman and President Chris Kermode has revealed that London will face stiff competition from four other regions for the right to stage the ATP World Tour Finals from 2016.
The Tour Finals have been at the O2 Arena since 2009 with the current contract running out in 2015.
Kermode has suggested that discussions about the future venue of the season-ending tournament are currently taking place.
Kermode told BBC Radio 5 live Sport: “We’ve got interest from four other regions and we’ll make a decision by March or April.”
The Tour Finals includes the top eight players in the men’s game and runs from 9 November at the O2 Arena.