The players will be playing for a prize that we are no strangers to here at Thomas Lyte. Our affiliation with the ATP goes back to 2009, when Thomas Lyte were commissioned to produce a series of sterling silver trophies for both the Nitto ATP Finals and ATP Year-End World Number One champions in both the singles and doubles.
The first anniversary of a new five-year deal between Thomas Lyte and the ATP, will be celebrated shortly after the Turin finals conclude. Given the quality of the players involved, whoever lifts one of the most distinctive prizes in world tennis, will be a worthy winner, having battled through a gruelling season of tennis just to qualify for the end of year showdown.
Standing at 60cms tall, it’s as instantly recognised as any in the sport, with its eight sides representing the eight players, who qualified as the highest ranked players of the year.