Nitto ATP Finals

Nitto ATP Finals, Great Tennis in Turin and Piedmont

It's here! From 13 to 20 November, Turin's Pala Alpitour, the largest indoor sporting arena in Italy, will host the second edition of the Nitto ATP Finals organised by the FIT (Italian Tennis Federation) and the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals).

Turin is the fifteenth city to host the event, after London from 2009 to 2020: the Nitto ATP Finals is one of the biggest tournaments in men's tennis, which every year sees the eight best singles players and eight best doubles players fight it out for the season's last title. The competition will remain in the Piedmont capital until 2025, and the city and the surrounding region of Piedmont are ready to host athletes, tennis enthusiasts, journalists, artists and tourists from all across the world who can take the opportunity to get to know the local food and wine specialities, take part in tourist-cultural experiences, as well as enjoy relaxation, free time and outdoor activities.

To best welcome this huge influx of visitors, the City of Turin, the Piedmont Region and the Chamber of Commerce of Turin - in collaboration with Turismo Torino e Provincia, Visit Piemonte and the Fondazione per la Cultura Torino - have worked together to create a packed programme of free events: talks, interviews, shows, tastings, musical events and much more.

The six organisations will also together stage the Casa Tennis in Palazzo Madama, in Piazza Castello at the heart of the city, from 12 to 20 November. Trialled successfully for Eurovision 2022, the Piazza Castello Civic Museum will - for the Nitto ATP Finals - open the doors of its mediaeval courtyard and cafeteria not only to journalists but also to tourists and citizens. It will in fact be open to the public who can enjoy (subject to booking via the “DICE” app) the scheduled events and participate in food and wine tastings free of charge.

In addition to Casa Tennis, the events organised during the Nitto ATP Finals - during which Turin will be widely seen as the world capital of tennis - will also take place on the streets and squares of the city centre (Via Roma, Piazza Castello and Piazza San Carlo) and at the Fan Village (Piazzale Grande Torino and Piazza d’Armi) set up in front of the Pala Alpitour, the chosen venue for the sports fixtures.