‘The Tour: A Reality Show’ Showcases Top ATP Players Like Never Before


Some of the biggest names in men’s professional tennis have taken to the small screen in the latest “mockumentary” parody series, The Tour: A Reality Show, playfully suggesting professional tennis is a scripted reality show.

ATP Tour players including Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Andy Murray, and many more are serving comedy and drama like never seen before in the comedic pre-written script, echoing the likes and camera work of long-running shows such as The Office, The Truman Show or even WWE.

Several top players have made their series debut including Novak Djokovic as ‘Bert Critchley’ and Andy Murray as ‘Fraser McKnight.’ Other player cameos include Casper Ruud as ‘Thomas Johnson’ who is seen reading his script, Taylor Fritz waiting to be called into the production office, and Carlos Alcaraz heading into his dressing room.

Along with the video, the ATP also developed character social media profiles for each of the players or ‘actors’ who are a part of the new show.

The ATP Tour will continue to share this series throughout the tennis season, with The Tour: A Reality Show already receiving praise and positive reactions from players and fans globally.