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BBC extends rights deal for ATP World Tour Finals

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC has extended a rights deal for the ATP World Tour Finals, the season-ending tournament of the ATP World Tour men’s tennis series.

The three-year agreement will run from this year's event through to 2018.

The BBC will have non-exclusive television rights to the Finals and broadcast at least eight singles matches, including one semi-final and the final game, on its television channels.

The 2016 ATP World Tour Finals take place from November 13-20 at the O2 in London, England.

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, who has won the Finals in each of the past four years, will face Scottish star and current ATP world No.1 Andy Murray in this year’s tournament.