Unicef and the Nitto ATP Finals have joined together to help build a world where every child can realise their dreams.
With the help of the Nitto ATP Finals, Unicef can provide life-saving food, clean water and give children a safe space to learn and play.
To kick start fundraising this year, the ATP will be donating one hundred pounds to Unicef for every ace hit during the tournament. Also, ATP’s title partner, Nitto has donated their mascot programme to Unicef. Students from Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools have been selected to walk on court with one of the top 8 players in the world.
The Nitto ATP Finals will support our work for children in eight key areas: child health; water and sanitation; nutrition; emergencies; education; HIV; social inclusion and child protection.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are the top two singles players to qualify for this year’s tournament.
Nadal and Federer are joined by Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov, Marin Cilic, David Goffin and Jack Sock as the world’s best battle at the season finale at The O2.
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