ATP Finals to switch to Turin in 2021 after 12 years in London

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After 12 years the ATP Finals will move to Italy’s biggest indoor stadium, the Pala Alpitour, from 2021. But Federer, Nadal and Murray probably won’t follow The winds of change rifling through tennis whipped at the aging knees of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray on Wednesday when it was confirmed the ATP World Tour Finals will say goodbye to London in 2020 after 12 years of packed houses, high drama and an undeniable sense of gathering ennui, before settling in for a five-year stay in Turin. The move was not much of a secret but it almost certainly draws a line under an era. As …

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