Djokovic won the title in Turin in 2022

Tennis leaders gathered at the Palazzo Madama in Turin Wednesday to review the 2022 Nitto ATP Finals.

The prestigious year-end tournament took place free of Covid restrictions for the first time since 2020. A total of 159,961 tickets were sold in last year's event, while the tournament was broadcast across 179 countries, hitting an audience of 190.9 million.

The event’s performance, including customer satisfaction and economic impact, were conveyed to the media. See the full report here.

Andrea Gaudenzi, ATP chairman, Angelo Binaghi, President of the Italian Tennis and Padel, Stefano Lo Russo, Mayor of Turin, and Fabrizio Ricca, Councillor for Sports and Youth Policies of Regione Piemonte, were among the leaders who were at the press conference.

“The Nitto ATP Finals represent the pinnacle of our sport,” Gaudenzi said. “There is no event like this that manages to bring together the finest world players of the season. The tournament has carved out a distinctive identity in Turin and is now welcomed as one of the city's key cultural moments.

“As we prepare for the 2023 edition in collaboration with FITP, we are excited to work together with our partners to create the foundations for another successful event that will offer exciting new experiences for our fans. The stage will once again be set for the world's best to compete for the biggest prize purse in the history of the sport.”

Binaghi was delighted with the success of the tournament.

“The Nitto ATP Finals is a highly successful product which is confirmed by the data regarding the visibility of the event and studies conducted on customer satisfaction and the economic impact on the territory of the previous edition that has just been held,” Binaghi said. “159,961 tickets were purchased for the tournament with high satisfaction ratings for almost the entire audience and a significant growth of the economic impact on the territory in the order of over 221 million euros, to which we must add a greater brand value generated by increasingly global visibility.”

The 2023 Nitto ATP Finals will be held in Turin from 12-19 November.