LONDON -- The ATP's season-ending championship will relocate from Shanghai to London next year in a five-year deal.
The last tennis Masters Cup, featuring the top eight singles players and top eight doubles teams, will be held Nov. 9-16 in Shanghai.
It will be renamed the ATP World Tour Finals when it moves back to Europe, with about $7 million per year in sponsorship from British bank Barclays.
The 2009 edition will be held at London's O2 Arena.
The season-ending championship has been played on five continents with various names and formats since 1970. It's been located in Shanghai since 2005.