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
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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.

HOW TO WATCH TENNIS LIVE!
How To Watch Live Tennis

Step 1: Click here to sign up to BET365.com (A funded account/deposit is needed) (If you already have an account go to step 2

Step 2: Click on “Live Streaming”, found at the top of the page, in the darker green area.

Step 3: Select Tennis from the “Show All Events” drop down

Step 4: Click on the text stating the match (on the left hand side) and the game will appear on the screen, enjoy!
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Please note: Geo-restrictions do apply, a funded account and/or bet placed 24 hours prior to game is required for access.

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 these events:

Australian Open

Australian Open

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French Open

French Open

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Wimbledon

Wimbledon

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US Open

US Open

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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!

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Is It Legal and Safe?

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

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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.

For those of us who have been lucky enough to watch men’s tennis over the last decade or so we have seen 4 of the greatest ever players to have played the sport vying for trophies and championships and that has spurred on the tour to be one of the biggest sporting spectacles in the world.

In Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, we have had 4 players who at any other time would have been the outright dominant force and would have broken all records as whilst down the years stars have often come around at the same time as a rival, think Sampras/Agassi and Connors/Bjorg and Lendl/McEnroe , but to have 4 of the absolute best at the same time has been a special period in time.

The ATP first began in 1972 as a men’s trade union when through the efforts of Jack Kramer, Cliff Drysdale and Donald Dell organised over 80 professionals to Boycott the 1973 Wimbledon Championships.

This brought about a more unified ranking system and entry requirement for entry into tournaments as before that entry was controlled by national federations and also tournament directors which led to players liked by their feds and with the most commercial star power to be picked for tournaments rather than the best quality players.

Whilst that made life easier for the top stars to get on top and stay there, it certainly did a disservice to fans and players without the finances and backing of the bigger names.

It is based on that new system, where a ranking score gains you entry rather than what you can bring to the event, is still used to this very day on the ATP Tour.

If course at the time top players, such as Ilie Nastase were against the move as it threatened their success and the ease in which they could make a living but in the main most players on the men’s tour were for the change and in the end you have to say that the formation of the Association of Tennis Professionals was hugely successful in the change sit brought to professional tennis and has been a major part in bringing us the sport we love today to the standard it currently is at.

The strength of the tour throughout its history is perhaps best shown by the coveted number 1 rank position where only a few players have ever held onto the number 1 spot and when you reach it, eh determination is always high for players to keep it which has led to many players staying on top for over a year.

The stars to claim number 1 include Ilie Nastase (the first ever number 1), John Newcombe, Jimmy Connors, Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker, Jim Courier, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Thomas Muster, Marcelo Rios, Carlos Moya, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Patrick Rafter, Marat Safin, Gustavo Kuerten, Lleyton Hewitt, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Andy Roddick, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

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