Barclays ATP World Tour Finals : Live Streaming Schedule as Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych, Djokovic and Federer all feature at O2

The Grand finale to the 2012 tennis season takes place in London this week with Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, David Ferrer & Juan Martin del Potro all featuring with Bet365 and their live stream service.

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals get underway on Monday afternoon.

The top eight players of the year take centre stage at the O2 arena and look to entertain the crowds for the last time this season. It is always a thrilling few days with plenty of room for shocks in this open competition.

Backed by the passionate home crowd will be Andy Murray. The Scotsman crashed out of the Paris Masters last week and will not want this to be the pattern to end what has been a fabulous year.

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Having won the US Open, as well as Olympic gold, Murray has enjoyed the best 12 months of his career and he will be desperate for it to finish on a high. After all, if he wins in London this week, there are many backing him to be named the British Sports Personality of the Year.

Novak Djokovic is the favourite going into the tournament though. The Serbian No.1 started the season with a significant win at the Australian Open and he will want to finish it with a storming victory at the O2 arena.

You then have Roger Federer who can never be ruled out. Opting to rest himself during the Paris Masters, he should be fit and raring to go. He loves the atmosphere for this tournament too and has won it six times during his career.

Federer has been successful in the last two years as well and during a year he has returned to the top of the world rankings, he would love to complete the hat-trick. Along with Murray and Djokovic, these are definitely the major contenders.

There are five other talented players that have earned the right to be involved this week though. This includes last year’s finalist Jo Wilfried Tsgona, as well as the in-form David Ferrer and the difficult to beat Tomas Berdych.

Completing the eight players taking part, you have the rather unpredictable Juan Martin Del Potro and Janko Tipsaravic, a player who is taking part in this tournament for the first time.

It should be a cracking tournament, but who will come out on top in the 2012 season finale?

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