ATP World Tour

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Founded: September 1972
Headquarted: London, England
Venue: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Events: ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 series, ATP World Tour 250 series and ATP Challenger Tour

ATP World Tour Live Streaming

The ATP World Tour (Association of Tennis Professionals) is the main tour for men on the world tennis circuit with the ATP acting as the governing body for all major tennis tournaments on the men’s tour.

With events happening all around the world on an almost weekly basis, it can be difficult to keep up with the action and to even find a TV station in the UK that features the action but now thanks to the internet and SportsStream.co.uk you can watch each and every event from the ATP World Tour live online.

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The ATP World Tour comprises of a number of different ranks events which all gives different levels of points towards each player’s world ranking.

In general the better the standard of the tournament equals more world ranking points.

Currently the ATP World Tour consists of the:

ATP World Tour Masters 1000:- 1000 World ranking points up for grabs with events featuring the very best players.
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ATP World Tour 500 Series:- 500 rankings points up for grabs and featuring a selection of top ranked, mid ranks and up and coming players.

ATP World Tour 250 Series:- 250 points up for grabs and features mid-level players, up and coming players and local talent.

ATP Challenger Tour:- 80-125 ranking points up for grabs and features a range of younger players, established talent coming back from long term injuries and what can be considered journeymen pros.

ATP Tour (Men)
January

Qatar Open (ATP250)
Chennai Open (ATP250)
Brisbane International (ATP250)
Sydney International (ATP250)
Heineken Open (ATP250)
Australian Open (Grand Slam)
Ecuador Open (ATP250)
Sofia Open (ATP250)
Open Sud de France (ATP250)

March

Indian Wells (Masters)
Miami Open (Masters)

April

Grand Prix Hassan II (ATP250)
US Men’s Clay Court Championship (ATP250)
Monte-Carlo (Masters)
Barcelona Open (ATP500)
Romanian Open (ATP250)
BMW Open (ATP250)
Istanbul Open (ATP250)
Estoril Open (ATP250)
Madrid Open (Masters)

June

Rosmalen Grass Court Championships (ATP250)
Stuttgart Open (ATP250)
Queens Club (ATP500)
Gerry Weber Open (ATP500)
Nottingham Open (ATP250)
Wimbledon (Grand Slam)

August

Cincinnati (Masters)
Winston-Salem Open (ATP250)
US Open (Grand Slam)

September

Open de Moselle (ATP250)
St. Petersburg Open (ATP250)
Malaysia Open (ATP250)
Shenzhen Open (ATP250)

October

Japan Open (ATP500)
China Open (ATP500)
Shanghai (Masters)
Valencia Open (ATP250)
Kremlin Cup (ATP250)
Stockholm Open (ATP250)
Swiss Indoors Basel (ATP500)
Vienna Open (ATP500)
Paris (Masters)

December

The top ranked players from the Tour play in the end of season ATP World Toru Finals which sees the best play the best in a league structure followed by knockout tournament.

Top events on the ATP World Tour include Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Toronto/Montreal, Cincinnati, Shanghai and Paris.

How To Watch

To watch all of the action from the ATP World Tour, including the main feature courts and the outside courts, all you need to do is sign up to our live streaming partners, you don’t even need to place a bet to be able to watch all of the action live via there live streaming console!

For details click here, or to sign up visit our live streaming partners here

Is It Legal and Safe?

If you have looked for live streaming of tennis or any other sports before you will probably have come across some dubious looking websites that have opened up lots of ads and maybe even caused your virus checkers to go into meltdown.

Don’t worry though; all of the feeds we feature are 100% safe and 100% legal.

our live streaming partners have the rights to show all of the action form the ATP World Tour via their live streaming console, they hope that if you watch the action you place a bet and whilst that does add some excitement to the action, it is not a must.