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The ATP World Tour Finals - the largest indoor tennis competition in the world - takes place at London’s O2 Arena in November each year, and is a must-see annual tournament for fans across the globe. Here, eight of the world’s best singles and...more
Peninsula Square | The O2 Arena, London SE10 0DX, England
Last year with an increased national threat level we noted a necessary increase in security checks at the event that also resulted in delays getting into the event. We accepted this as it is our safety, which obviously overrides convenience. This year, however, virtually no...More
I come to the ATP world your Finals more than 5 years, every year gets worse not better, this year was terrible, not sponsor games, not media pictures, not practice courts like before, on the top they make you walk miles in a place that...More
The tennis was fab, I went on Monday and Tuesday.
What o2 have an issue with is how to manage the usual tennis schedule with fans who have both day/evening sessions. What the o2 makes you do is head out after the day session and...More
We visited yesterday to see Roger Federer play once again. The tennis was great, and the atmosphere electric. However the venue needs to get its act together, we have been many times and have always taken in a sandwich for a match that starts at...More
If you like Tennis and the Wimbledon ticketing system is not for you then this is a fantastic alternative, we've been three years on the trot, no trouble in getting final tickets and what a great atmosphere. Pretty good view from any of the seats...More
At tennis events we have been to in the past-including several years ago at the O2, we have taken sandwiches for lunch and bought an evening meal at the stadium. We did this time and were not allowed to take in food or drink[including water]...More
A completely different experience to Wimbledon but the O2 makes for an electric atmosphere in which to see the worlds top 8 players. Only downside is the dreadful food and extortionate prices. Eat well before you go! £2.60 for s small bottle of water is...More
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the very concept of global time was established at Royal Observatory, just one of several buildings of architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park and a number of related buildings (and one world famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
laser beam is shot out across the night sky from the Observatory to mark the location of the Prime Meridian. Other bold (some say brash) 21st century additions to the area include landmarks such as The O2 entertainment complex (previously known as the Millennium Dome) and the Air Line cable cars, which offer scenic transport across the Thames between North Greenwich and the Royal Docks.