ATP Finals 2021 with 80% crowd attendance?

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ATP Finals 2021 with 80% crowd attendance?

The city of Turin will host the ATP Finals from 14 to 21 November and for at least five editions. This is a historic result achieved by Italoian country, especially considering the numbers that the Tournament of Masters has established in London over the last decade.

The best eight players of the year will compete for the prestigious trophy in Italy, to be precise at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, and fans are looking forward to witnessing this extraordinary event live. The eight available seats were won by Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud and Hubert Hurkacz.

The Pole broke the pass thanks to the victory obtained against James Duckworth and the premature defeat of Jannik Sinner at the Masters 1000 in Paris-Bercy against an excellent Carlos Alcaraz.

Turin 2021 Finals capacity, Vezzali: "We aim for 80%"

Today, at the Intesa Sanpaolo skyscraper, Undersecretary for Sport Valentina Vezzali and the president of the FIT talked about the capacity that the government will assign to the event and the possibility of increasing the seats available for fans.

"I sent the request to the CTS just the other day to evaluate the opportunity to increase the capacity both for the Atp Finals, in order to bring them to 80%, and to allow 100% for the Italy Switzerland match. The CTS will meet today at 13, last night I interfaced with Locatelli who, however, exposed me to a critical issue, that the epidemiological condition in our country is worsening.

But I am confident and I hope that the outcome of the Cts will be in favor," explained Valentina Vezzali in the words gathered by Sky Sport. Binaghi, to the Gazzetta dello Sport, then added: "Valentina Vezzali is fighting like a lioness.

I hope that in the next few hours the Government will give us the exemption to be able to let all possible people in." We have to recall the Italy also hosted the lats editions of the ATP Next Gen Finals, competition reserved for players of the Next Generation.