Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov Reuters

The 2017 Nitto ATP Finals is going to feature four matches on day four on 15 November, Wednesday at O2 Arena in London.

DAY FOUR

Afternoon Session

Match One: Łukasz Kubot/ Marcelo Melo vsBob Bryan/ Mike Bryan

Time: 5:30 pm IST/ 8:00 pm SGT/ 12:00 pm GMT

Match Two: Grigor Dimitrov vs David Goffin

Time: 7:30 pm IST/ 10:00 pm SGT/ 2:00 pm GMT

Venue: The O2 Arena, London

Date: 15 November 2017

Live Streaming: The match can be watched online at tennistv.com

The day four will be starting with a doubles round-robin match, where the Polish ace Łukasz Kubot and his doubles partner Marcelo Melo will be playing against two American player Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan.

The afternoon session of the ATP Finals will have a singles match between Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and Belgian ace David Goffin.

While Dimitrov had defeated Austrian player Dominic Thiem earlier in this tournament, the 26-year-old Goffin beat the current world No. 1 Rafael Nadal on 13 November, Monday by 7-6, 6-7, 6-4.

However, in a head-to-head count against the current world No. 8 Goffin, the 26-year-old Dimitrov has a 3-1 lead.

On the same day, tennis fans will be seeing another match in the evening session of the tournament, where Britain's Jamie Murray and his partner Bruno Soares will be facing Croatian Ivan Dodig and teammate Marcel Granollers.

Later, the Spaniard Pablo Carreño Busta will be serving against world No. 4 Thiem in men's singles battle.

Busta received the opportunity to make his ATP Finals debut when compatriot Nadal withdrew due to a right knee injury after the match against Goffin.

However, according to a head-to-head stats, Thiem has defeated the debutant in all previous four matches and has a 4-0 lead.

Evening Session:

Match One: Jamie Murray/ Bruno Soares vs Ivan Dodig/ Marcel Granollers

Time: 11:30 pm IST/ 2:00 am SGT (Next Day)/ 6:00 pm GMT

Match Two: Pablo Carreño Busta vs Dominic Thiem

Time: 1:30 am IST (Next day)/ 4:00 am SGT (Next day)/ 8:00 GMT

After Nadal's withdrawal from the year-end event, Swiss great Roger Federer became the top player to perform in London.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer Reuters

On day three the 36-year-old Roger Federer and the German Alexander Zverev face each other in a round-robin match.

The world No. 2 Federer took the opening set on 14 November, Tuesday against the 20-year-old by 7-6. In the next set, the 2017 Canadian Open winner Zverev fought back and took the set by 7-5 but finally, Federer sealed the match by 6-1 win in the third set.

There was another exciting face-off between American Jack Sock and Croatian Marin Cilic on the same day. After facing a tough battle against the 29-year-old Cilic, the 2017 Paris Master winner Jack Sock beat him by 5-7, 6-2, 7-6.

The day three also had two doubles matches. While Finnish ace Henri Kontinen and partner John Peers won the round-robin match against Dutch player Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecău, in the second doubles battle American Ryan Harrison and his teammate Michael Venus defeated two French men Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert on day three.

TV Schedule

Singapore: Hub Sports 1

Malaysia: Astro Supersport

Japan: Gaora, NHK,

Australia: ESPN 2, Live streaming: Watch ESPN

USA: Tennis Channel, ESPN3, Live streaming: Watch ESPN

UK: Sky Sports, BBC 2, Live streaming: Sky Go

India: Sony ESPN, Live streaming: Sony Liv