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UTS Grand Final return to London in December 2024



The event will feature top players from the UTS circuit this year and will have a prize money pot of more than USD $2million (£1,574,000). The undefeated champion in the tournament could walk away with close to a million dollars ($921,800 USD to be exact) if he wins all his five matches at the event.

Andrey “Rublo’ Rublev, is the first player who has already qualified for the UTS Grand Final London while others vying for berths include Casper ‘The Ice Man’ Ruud, Alex ‘The Demon’ de Minaur, Holger ‘The Viking’ Rune, Gael “La Monf’ Monfils and Nick “King’ Krygios. The final field in London will be decided based on points earned at upcoming UTS events in New York in August and Frankfurt in October and organizers will hand out two wildcards.

In a statement, UTS Founder Patrick Mouratoglou said, “London seemed to really take UTS to its heart straight away last year,. I know how much this city loves sport, and tennis especially, but the reaction to UTS was really incredible. That’s why we’re coming back into a bigger venue, so more people can join in the fun and see what UTS tennis is all about.”

Last year, home favourite Jack ‘The Power’ Draper won the title to win a prize money cheque of $546,800 US (£430, 924).

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