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ATP Finals statistics special: All the records & landmarks from a decade at the O2 Arena


After a decade of excitement, glory and stunning tennis, the ATP Finals said goodbye to the O2 Arena in London ahead of a move to Turin in Italy in 2021. Here Tennishead takes a look at all the statistics that matter from the ATP Tour’s year end event


Andy Murray has featured in both the longest and shortest singles matches at the O2. His 5-7 7-6(5) 7-6 (9) semi-final victory over Milos Raonic in 2016 lasted three hours and 38 minutes. The only other matches that have lasted more than three hours were Murray’s round-robin victory over Kei Nishikori in the same year (three hours and 21 minutes) and his defeat to Rafael Nadal in the 2010 semi-finals (three hours and 12 minutes). Murray’s 6-0 6-1 round-robin defeat in 56 minutes by Roger Federer in 2014 was the shortest completed match played at the O2

The doubles player Mike Bryan has featured in more matches (42) at the O2 Arena than anyone else. He played 37 matches at the O2 with his brother Bob, who missed the 2018 Finals through injury and was replaced as his twin’s partner by Jack Sock

Roger Federer’s 6-3 6-0 victory over Rafael Nadal in the group stage in 2011, which took just 61 minutes, was his most comprehensive win over the Spaniard in their 40 career meetings. Since Nadal’s 6-0 6-1 defeat by Mikhail Youzhny in Chennai in 2007, the only other match in which he has won so few games was a 6-1 6-2 loss to Novak Djokovic in Doha in 2016


ATP Finals playing records


ATP Finals attendance statistics


ATP Finals roll of honour singles and doubles 2009 to 2019

ATP Finals best matches featruing Djokovic Nadal Federer
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