The ATP Finals is the final major tournament of the tennis calendar, and is the official season-ending tournament of the ATP Tour.
While not considered a Grand Slam, the championship carries additional weight in the tennis schedule, as it features the players that have performed the best over the preceding 12 months of competition.
The tournament itself features the top eight singles players from the ATP Tour, as well as the top eight doubles teams. The format differs from the single-elimination bracket format used by most tennis championships. Instead, the ATP Finals features two groups of four players (and teams), who play in a round-robin format, with the top two from each group qualifying for the semi-finals.
The ATP Finals has been held in 15 different cities since its inception in 1970, with Turin in Italy currently hosting the tournament for a five-year block until 2025. The 2022 ATP Finals will take place from November 13 to 20 at the Pala Alpitour.