2017 Nitto ATP Finals will be featuring four exciting matches which will include two singles and two doubles on the second day of the tournament.
Match One: Bruno Soares/ Jamie Murray vs Bob Bryan/ Mike Bryan
Time: 5:30 pm IST/ 8:00 pm SGT/ 12:00 pm GMT
Match Two: Dominic Thiem vs Grigor Dimitrov
Time: 7:30 pm IST/ 10:00 pm SGT/ 2:00 pm GMT
Venue: The O2 Arena, London
Date: 13 November 2017
Live Streaming: The match can be watched online at tennistv.com
The second day will be starting with a doubles match between Brazilian Bruno Soares and his British partner Jamie Murray against two American players Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan at centre court.
Soon after the first face-off, there will be a singles match, where Austria's Dominic Thiem will be playing against Bulgarian ace Grigor Dimitrov.
According to a head-to-head stats, the world No. 4 Thiem has a 2-1 lead against the world rank six Dimitrov. In 2016 both players were featured together in Acapulco. Later in 2017, Thiem and Dimitrov had played in Brisbane and ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid.
In the evening session Brazilian ace Marcelo Melo and his doubles partner Åukasz Kubot will be battling against Spaniard Marcel Granollers and teammate Ivan Dodig in the doubles match.
However, the day two will be ending with a singles battle between the top seed Rafael Nadal and Belgian ace David Goffin. Till now, both of them have played two matches against each other since 2017 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo and the 10th time French Open winner Nadal won both the battles.
Match One: Marcelo Melo/ Åukasz Kubot vs Marcel Granollers/ Ivan Dodig
Time: 11:30 pm IST/ 2:00 am SGT (Next Day)/ 6:00 pm GMT
Match Two: Rafael Nadal vs David Goffin
Time: 1:30 am IST (Next day)/ 4:00 am SGT (Next day)/ 8:00 GMT
On the opening day of this tournament, American player Ryan Harrison and New Zealand's Michael Venus defeated Australian ace John Peers and his partner Henri Kontinen in the round-robin match by 6-4, 7-6.
Later in the men's singles, Swiss Great Roger Federer had faced 2017 Paris Masters Open champion Jack Sock, where the world No. 2 Federer took the victory over Sock by 6-4, 7-6.
Another doubles match was scheduled after Federer and Sock's battle, where two French men Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut defeated their opponent team, Dutch ace Jean-Julien Rojer and Romanian partner Horia Tecau.
The day one has ended with a men's singles, where world No. 3 Alexander Zverev and Croatian Marin ÄiliÄ had faced each other at the centre court. Although Zverev took the opening set by 6-4, the 29-year-old ÄiliÄ fought back and claimed the second set by 6-3. Finally, the 20-year-old Zeverev sealed the match after taking the last set by 6-4.
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