The ATP released some interesting statistics pertaining to the ATP World Tour Finals:
• ATPWorldTour.com, BarclaysATPWorldTourFinals.com, and ATP Official Live Scoring online recorded more than 3 million unique users and more than 7 million total visits during the week.
• ATP World Tour mobile website attracted 280,000 visits during the week.
• Video-on-demand streaming on ATPWorldTour.com and BarclaysATPWorldTourFinals.com recorded more than 1.1 million total streams and more than 31,000 total hours of consumption, an increase from last year of 10 percent and 25 percent respectively. ATP’s official YouTube channel drove another 250,000 streams during the week.
• Live streaming on TennisTV.com, ATP’s official live streaming website, received more than 2.1 million total streams with more than 150,000 hours of consumption.
• Globally, the tournament was televised by 52 broadcasters in 170 countries
• More than1,500 hours of tournament action were broadcast across the globe
• In the UK, more than 60 hours of coverage was featured live on Sky Sports and more than 15 hours on BBC
• The audience peak on the BBC was 2.9 million viewers for the end of Saturday’s semi-final between Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray. The final between Nadal and Roger Federer peaked at 2 million.
BY THE NUMBERS
• 368,236 – total number of people to pass through The O2 site, including the new Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Fan Zone and restaurants and bars, during the eight days of the tournament
• 17,280 – average number of tweets per day with #FinalShowdown
• 2,750 – number of metres of string used throughout the tournament to string player racquets
• 1,601 – number of children who tried out to become one of the 30 Barclays Ball Kids
• 44 – total number of hours of tennis played throughout the week (44 hours, 16 minutes, 7 seconds).
• 28 – total number of hours required to lay down the centre court inside The O2.