Defending champion Andy Murray misses out but the best on the ATP Finals circuit will battle it out in London for the end of year crown.
World No.1 Rafael Nadal begins his quest for a maiden ATP World Tour Finals trophy when he takes on David Goffin in his opening match.
The Spaniard has been drawn in the ‘ Pete Sampras ‘ group which includes Dominic Thiem and Grigor Dimitrov.
2017 ATP Finals Live Stream
The week-long event starts on Sunday (November 12) with legendary six-time champion Roger Federer taking on Jack Sock in his opener. Wimbledon finalist Marin Cilic and Germany’s Alexander Zverev complete the ‘Boris Becker’ group.
Here’s everything you need to know about the ATP Finals Live Streaming.
When does the tournament start and finish?
The season-ending event starts on Sunday November 12 with the finals a week later – Sunday November 19. Each day has two sessions with two matches (doubles and singles) starting at 12 midday and 6.00pm.
Are tickets still available?
Yes. You can get tickets through the ATP Official website or hold your nerve till late and get them on Viagogo. For the group stages (the first six days) either Federer or Nadal will play in one session – with less demand for the other.
What are the groups?
Group Pete Sampras
 Rafael Nadal (ESP)
 Dominic Thiem (AUT)
 Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)
 David Goffin (BEL)
Group Boris Becker
 Roger Federer (SUI)
 Alexander Zverev (GER)
 Marin Cilic (CRO
 Jack Sock (USA)
Who’s playing when?
The schedule for the first two days has been announced. Jamie Murray, and his partner Bruno Soares, starting on Monday at midday in the doubles event.
Sunday November 12
2pm: Federer v Sock
8pm: Zverev v Cilic
Monday November 13
2pm: Thiem v Dimitrov
8pm: Nadal v Goffin
What TV channel is it on?
Afternoon matches are on BBC while all sessions are on Sky Sports.
Can I live stream it?
Yes. The BBC will be broadcasting games online while Sky customers can watch the action on their desktop, Xbox One and tablet devices via the Sky Go app.
Why is Andy Murray not playing?
The British No.1 has not played competitively since Wimbledon because of a nagging hip injury. He did play an exhibition match against Roger Federer in midweek and aims to retain for Brisbane and then the Australian Open in the New Year ATP Finals 2017.
And Novak Djokovic is missing too?
The Serb is out for the rest of the season with an elbow injury – and Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori are also out with injuries while US Open semi-finalist Juan Martin Del Potro did not play enough to qualify.