The season's most successful players will battle it out at the 2023 ATP Finals, which will be held in Turin, Italy, from November 12-19.
Novak Djokovic only needs to win one of his group ties to secure the year-end No. 1 ranking for a record eighth time. He's also the defending champion and is gunning for a seventh title at the ATP Finals, which will help him break his tie with Roger Federer.
Carlos Alcaraz's results have fizzled out a bit following his semifinal exit from the US Open. He's set a high bar for himself with his performances for most of the season, so the last few weeks have certainly been a letdown. He'll now be making his debut at the ATP Finals.
While Alcaraz qualified last year as well, he was forced to skip the tournament due to an injury. He's got a shot at reclaiming the No. 1 ranking from Djokovic, but the odds are not in his favor.
Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas return to compete in the year-end championships for the fifth year in a row. Alexander Zverev is back after a year's absence for his sixth appearance at the mega event. All three of them have won the tournament in the past.
Holger Rune will also be making his debut, while this will be Jannik Sinner's second time competing. However, the Italian's previous appearance in 2021 was as an alternate. He replaced the injured Matteo Berrettini back then, but has qualified on his own merit this time after a successful season.
Andrey Rublev rounds out the field for the 2023 ATP Finals. He has qualified for the season-ending championships for the fourth straight year. His previous best result was a semifinal showing last year.
With the best of the best in one place, here's the scoop on how to keep up with the happenings at the ATP Finals:
ATP Finals channel and live streaming list
Viewers from the following countries can catch the action live on their respective channels and sites:
Amazon Prime Video - United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland
Tennis Channel - USA
TSN - Canada
beIN SPORTS - Australia & Middle East
Iqiyi - China
Eurosport - Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania & Scandinavia (excluding Denmark)
Latin America - ESPN
Sky Deutschland - Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Telefonica/Movistar - Spain
Sportcast (Super Tennis), Sky Italia - Italy
Hellenic (OTE TV) - Greece
Sportklub - Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, & Slovenia
TV2 Denmark - Denmark
Sony/MSM - India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives & Afghanistan
Live streaming will also be available on Tennis TV.
For more information regarding the broadcast of matches, click here.