Tennis Channel Puts Barclays ATP World Tour Finals On Center Court


The 2010 tennis season is finally drawing to a close and Tennis Channel will televise most of the action from the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals from London.
All told, Tennis will provide more than 60 hours of live match play of the top eight men's singles players, headed by Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, and the best eight double teams, led by the world-best American tandem of Mike and Bob Bryan, at the O2 Arena.
Tennis on-air regulars Ted Robinson and Leif Shiras will call the matches at the men's tennis championship, with Jimmy Arias and Justin Gimelstob handling analysis and reporting duties, respectively
The action begins on Nov. 21 at 7 a.m. (ET) and continues through Nov. 28, with live coverage of the doubles championship, an encore of the singles match, plus encores of both contests.
ESPN2 will air one of the singles semifinals on Nov. 27 and the championship match live the following day.

Tennis' Web site,, will offer the latest scores and schedules, in addition to daily highlights during the 2010 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Facebook users can also follow the action through the network's dedicated Facebook page,, while Tennis Channel's Twitter feed,, also will stay on the leading edge of the competition from London.

The competition is broken into two groups: Group A comprises Nadal, Novak Djokovich, Tomas Berdych and American Andy Roddick, while Federer is joined by Scotsman Andy Murray, Robin Soderling and David Ferrer.