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Live Reporting

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  1. Federer recovers from opening loss to beat Berrettini

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    Video caption: ATP Finals: Rodger Federer defeats Matteo Berrettini in must win

    Roger Federer recovered from his opening round-robin defeat to beat Italy's Matteo Berrettini in straight sets at the ATP Finals.

    The Swiss 20-time Grand Slam champion, who lost to Dominic Thiem on Sunday, won 7-6 (7-2) 6-3 to keep alive his hopes of a semi-final place.

    Federer, seeded third at the O2 Arena, has failed to qualify for the last four on just one occasion in London.

    Novak Djokovic takes on Thiem in the other singles match later on Tuesday.

    Thiem is the only player who can qualify for the semi-finals at this stage, needing a victory against Djokovic.

    Read the full report from day three in the ATP Finals here.

  2. Rafael Nadal loses to Alexander Zverev as Tsitsipas edges Medvedev

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    Video caption: ATP Finals: Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Daniil Medvedev in London opener

    Rafael Nadal's bid to end the year as world number one faltered with a straight-set loss to defending champion Alexander Zverev at the ATP Finals.

    The Spaniard, a fitness doubt before the season-ending event in London with an abdominal injury, was beaten 6-2 6-4 in their opening round-robin match.

    Nadal, who has not completed a tournament since September's US Open, was out of sorts and error prone.

    Earlier, sixth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas beat fellow debutant Daniil Medvedev.

    Read the full report from the second day at the ATP finals here.

  3. What are the ATP Finals?

    ATP Tour Finals

    The best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams from the men's tour go head-to-head for the prestigious titles.

    Each player or team competes in three group matches, with the top two from each group going through to the semi-finals.

    The defending singles champion is Germany's Alexander Zverev.

    ATP finals round-robin groups
  4. BBC coverage

    All times are GMT and subject to change

    Follow live BBC Sport coverage of the ATP Finals from 10 to 17 November at the O2 Arena in London.

    We'll have live coverage on BBC Two, the BBC Sport website, app and iPlayer plus some coverage on the Red Button. You can also listen to BBC Radio 5 Live Sports extra commentary from the evening matches.

    Group stages

    Tuesday, 12 November

    14:00-16:45, BBC Two (Roger Federer v Matteo Berrettini)

    19:45-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra (Novak Djokovic v Dominic Thiem)

    Wednesday, 13 November

    14:00-16:45, BBC Two (Rafael Nadal v Daniil Medvedev)

    14:30-15:30, BBC Red Button

    19:45-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra (Stefanos Tsitsipas v Alexander Zverev)

    Thursday, 14 November

    14:00-16:45, BBC Two (except BBC Two Scotland, 14:00-14:30 & 15:30-16:45)

    14:30-15:30, BBC Red Button

    19:45-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Friday, 15 November

    14:00-16:45, BBC Two

    19:45-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Saturday, 16 November

    Semi-finals

    14:00-16:30, BBC Two

    19:45-22:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Sunday, 17 November

    Final

    18:00-21:00, BBC Two

  5. How to get into tennis

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    Whether you're starting out, have been competing for years, or simply looking to try something new - there's a type of tennis to suit everyone.

    • There are over 20,000 tennis courts across the United Kingdom. Thousands of clubs and park courts provide racquets and balls if you don't have your own.
    • Try tennis for free this summer at a Big Tennis Weekend. Thousands of free events will take place at clubs across the country, with sessions designed to suit all abilities and the whole family.
    • Alternatively find a Local Tennis League near you. There are more than 150 leagues and over 15,000 players of all levels and abilities across the UK.
    • Tennis for Kids is a fun starter course for kids aged 4-11, giving parents the chance to join in too. The course includes six sessions with an accredited coach, a racquet, ball and personalised t-shirt.

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    Video caption: 'Tennis saved my life'