London and the O2 host the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals from the 13th to Sunday 20th November.
Murray was recently crowned number one in the ATP player rankings, and will be looking to defend that accomplishment in this tournament against Djokovic. Bookmakers heavily fancy one of these two to win the tournament with Murray a marginal favourite. This is despite Djokovic having won the previous four years consecutively.
Djokovic has become the first player to book himself into the final four with a defeat of Milos Raonic in straight sets on Tuesday night. Murray will look to follow, facing Kei Nishikori on Wednesday afternoon at 2pm. It won’t be an easy game, as his opponent beat him in the US Open finals, and gave him a run for his money in the David Cup.
Bookmakers expect Murray to eventually face Djokovic in the final on Sunday. If Murray can win his first ATP World Tour Final, then he will look to start a new era as number one, and focus on winning Grand Slams.
Where to watch live on TV
The TV rights for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London are shared between the BBC and Sky. The BBC have the afternoon sessions hosted by Sue Barker on BBC2 from 2pm. If you prefer Sky coverage, then they also broadcast their own coverage of the afternoon sessions from 12pm.
Only Sky have rights for the evening sessions, with coverage starting from 6pm on Sky Sports.
The final is being shown live by both the BBC and Sky on Sunday 20th.
How to stream the ATP World Tour Finals
There are various options to stream the ATP World Tour Finals:
- BBC iPlayer – The BBC have all of the afternoon sessions live on BBC2, and for those in the UK, it is possible to stream the channel. Remember you need to have a TV license to do this.
- Bet 365 – Bet 365 are live streaming the ATP World Tour Finals via their website. It’s free to stream, but you must have a Bet 365 sports account with funds in it, or have made a bet within the last 24 hours.
- Sky Go – Sky are showing all of the games live, so if you’re a Sky customer with Sky Go this will be your best option.
Many of the markets are focused around the individual games, but the odds do reveal how bookmakers think the tournament will pan out. Odds correct at time of writing (16 Nov) and courtesy of Bet 365.
- To win outright – Murray is favourite at 2.10, with Djokovic a close second at 2.25.
- Other contenders – Odds are much longer on the other players, Nishikori (11.00), Raonic (15.00), Cilic (26.00), Wawrinka (29.00), and Thiem (34.00).
- Finalists – Bookmakers are confident of a Murray/ Djokovic final with odds of just 1.72.
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