Barclays ATP World Tour Final – Showdown

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Barclays ATP World Tour Final – Showdown

November 5th 2014 – The ATP World Tour Final is back at the O2 in London and will open doors from November 9th to November 16th. Only the top 8 players in the world will compete and the first round looks very promising. Don’t miss Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray compete for the Barclays ATP World Tour Final crown.

Novak Djokovic

The current no.1 in the world had a tough year battling with Federer and Nadal for the top spot in the world, but ends 2014 as the dominant player. Djokovic had a slow start in 2014 and lost in the quarter final at the Australian Open to Stan Wawrinka. He broke his 25 match winning streak at the Australian Open. However, the Serb recovered well and won the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells, Miami, Rome and Paris. Novak Djokovic also secured his second Wimbledon title after winning against no. 4 seeded Federer in four sets. Novak Djokovic will face Marin Cilic in the first round at the ATP World Tour Final on November 10th. ATP World Tour tickets are available now here.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer wants to end 2014 on a high note and according to the him, the battle for no.1 is not yet lost. So, Federer is coming o London to compete for his seventh Barclays ATP World Tour Final. The Swiss champion reached the Australian Open semi-final where he beat Tsonga, Murray, but lost to Nadal. Federer also had the earliest exists at Roland Garros since 2003 after losing in the 4th round to Gulbis in five sets. A month later, Federer reached his 9th Wimbledon final this year, but lost to Djokovic in five sets. Roger Federer faced the same situation at the US Open where he lost in the semi-final to Cilic.The first match at the Barclays ATP World Tour final will be against Milos Raonic on November 9th. Roger Federer tickets are available now.

Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka cannot be overlooked anymore especially after winning his first career Grand Slam at the Australian Open this year where he beat no.1 Rafael Nadal in four sets. The Swiss also won the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at Monte-Carlo and reached the ATP World Tour Final semi-final in 2014. Stan Wawrinka had a great year and it was the first time he beat a no.1 in the world. However, Wawrinka faces tough competition in his first ATP World Toru Final match against Tomas Berdych on November 10th. Get your ATP World Tour Final tickets now.

Kei Nishikori

Kei Nishikori is the surprise of the year and is the first Asian man to qualify for the Barclays ATP World Tour Final in London. Nishikori reached the final at the US Open and became the first Asian player to reach a Grand Slam final. Kei Nishikori beat Raonic, Wawrinka and Djokovic on his route to the US Open final. The Japanese also won a clay court tournament in Barcelona. He will face Any Murray in the first match at the ATP World Tour Final on November 9th. Secure your Andy Murray tickets now for the Barclays ATP World Tour Final.

Andy Murray

Murray had a tough year, but reached the semi-finals at Rolland Garros for the second time in his career where he lost to Nadal. The 2013 Wimbeldon champion also reached the quarter final at the US Open where he lost to Djokovic. However, Murray has a great history at the ATP World Tour final reaching the semi-final three times in his career. ATP World Tour Final tickets are available now. Secure them now and see Andy Murray live.

Tomas Berdych

Tomas Berdych is a regular contestant at the World Toru Final. This year will mark the 5th year in a row. Berdych is regarded as one of the most powerful players at the ATP World Tour. The Czech reached his second semi-final at Roland Garros where he was beat by Gulbis. Tomas Berdych, however, won the ATP title in Stockholm.

Milos Raonic

Milos Raonic is the first Canadian tennis player to qualify for the ATP World Tour Final. He reached the quarter final at Roland Garros and won the ATP World Tour 500 event at Washington, D.C.

Marin Cilic

Marin Cilic is set to make his debut at the ATP World Tour Final. He qualified due to Rafa Nadals withdrawal.

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