Carlos Alcaraz, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Vasek Pospisil, Andrey Rublev and Frances Tiafoe are among the winners in the 2020 ATP Awards, which also celebrates Novak Djokovic and Mate Pavic/Bruno Soares as the year-end No. 1s.
The latest buzz in Hollywood is about the 20th anniversary of the ATP Awards and how organizers are going to commemorate it. Many people have chipped in to wish the players well on their special day, and also to give the coach, Richard Schmidberger, a well-deserved sendoff. But how do you vote for the ATP Awards? Let’s take a look at some of the options…
2020 ATP Awards
The awards will be handed out during the week of December 7th, and they will be open to the public. Doors are open from Thursday to Sunday, so if you can attend that week’s festivities, you’ll have an excellent chance of securing your tickets. There are several ways to get into the events, but the most popular way by far is to use the Red Carpet. There are actually two carpets: one for the night before the awards, and one for the night after. Of course, there is always the chance to show up for both, if you can manage it!
Of course, there is always the opportunity to show up for both of those events if you can manage it. It’s certainly a great excuse to make the trip, and it helps to keep your competition in line, too! You will never know when the invitations for the all-star game or the slam dunk will come, so it’s better to be prepared. And if you’re really that serious about winning the ATP world tour, then getting an individual grand slam trophy for each one of your six total trophies could put the fear of God into some players’ minds, which is always a good thing!
Nominess And Winners
And don’t forget to support your favorite players and teams. Every team has their own official website, which includes all of their current records as well as those of the past year. Any player who reached the record 18th straight year is also listed there, too. And not only are their records listed but the events they won are also listed there, too. These all-time 2020 ATP awards will definitely be announced in the coming months, so stay tuned to our tennis coverage for all the updates.