Medianet in affiliation with ICE Channel’s is proud to announce its acquisition of the ATP Finals & Masters 1000 for the on going season. Starting with the Mutua Madrid 2022 Open, this 2nd May, ICE Channels will be the new home for the biggest starts in Tennis for the upcoming year.
The ATP Finals, which is the second highest tier of annual men’s tennis tournaments after the 4 grand slams is the season ending championships of the ATP Tour and feature thee top eight singles players and doubles teams of the ATP Rankings. Popularly referred to as the “5th Grand Slam”, Roger Fedrerer holds the record for most singles wins with 6 titles.
The ATP Tour Masters 1000 compromises of nine tournaments held in Europe, North America & Asia. With the 3 tournaments completed in the 2022 edition, the Madrid open comes as the ATP Tours start heating up as it approaches the second grand slam of the year at Paris. World number one Novak Djokovic returns to Madrid for the first time since winning the event in 2019 while Australian Open champion Rafael Nadal is set to return from a rib injury. Defending champions Alexander Zverev and Aryna Sabalenka will be looking to back up their 2021 triumphs.
Watch the best of Tennis on Medianet ICE Plus (Ch888), ICE Sports (Ch102) & ICE TV(Ch100). To watch on the go, you can simply purchase a MS Digital voucher through Medianet Quickpay or their affiliated local dealers. For more information visit www.medianet.com.mv