Its been a superb week of tennis with Roger Federer v Novak Djokovic playing in the ATP World Tour Tennis finals this evening in London, as fans can watch all the action online with Paddy Power’s live stream service.
The ATP World Tennis Finals will come to a thrilling close this evening as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic go head to head at the O2 arena. Both players have worked hard to get to the final and now they want the trophy in their hands.
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These two have had some excellent matches in the past and this one has the potential to be one of the best yet. Played in an incredible atmosphere, this sees the World No.1 go up against the most successful ATP World Tour Finals player in history.
Looking at World No.1 Djokovic to begin with, it is first worth noting that he will remain at the top of the world rankings whatever happens tonight. This won’t affect his motivation though and this is a title he would love to win for the first time.
If he can end a year which started with victory at the Australian Open with a title win in London, it would have been another memorable few months.
At 26-years-old, he is a fantastic player and is set to be towards the top of men’s tennis for many years yet. The Serb currently remains unbeaten in the Finals, overcoming Juan Martin Del Potro 4-6 6-3 6-2 in his last game as he goes head to head with Federer once more.
As for 17 times Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer, he has been in this position before of course with six ATP World Tour title wins so far – more than any other player. This includes victories in each of the last two years, so he is going for the hat-trick tonight.
At the semi-final stage, Federer knocked out home favourite Andy Murray, playing some excellent tennis on his way to a straight set win 7-6 (7/5) 6-2.
He certainly seems in good shape for this stage of the season and will hope to round off 2012 with his seventh ATP Tour Finals win.
Although Djokovic is the only unbeaten player this week, Federer has won on the last two occasions these two have met, beating the Serb in Wimbledon and Cincinnati earlier last year It is therefore, as ever, tough to call which way it will go.
One thing for sure is that there will be some excellent tennis on show as the two best players in the world competing in a potentially epic finale to the 2012 season, and of course, well over £1m in prize money.