Roger Federer to face Marin Cilic — the man he defeated to win a record eighth Wimbledon title — as he hopes to end his noteworthy year with the triumph at the ATP World Tour Finals.
Federer, Cilic, Alexander Zverev and America’s Jack Sock make up Boris Becker Group, while world No 1 Rafael Nadal heads up a Pete Sampras Group highlighting Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov, and David Goffin.
The main two players from each gathering will advance to the semi-finals of the competition which happens at London’s O2 Arena from November 12 to November 19.
The ATP presently can’t seem to report the correct booking during the current year’s competition. Yet, every day — with the exception of the final day — will incorporate two sessions including one single match.
Notwithstanding leaving the year behind in Nadal world rankings, Federer chances on most loved to complete his unfathomable year with a triumph in London.
The 36-year-old beat Cilic in the last at SW19 to win his second trophy of the year, following his triumph at the Australian Open in January.
The other two majors were won by Nadal, who finished the year on the world rankings following the triumph at Roland Garros and Flushing Meadows.
England’s Andy Murray is one of the various huge names missing in London following issues with his injuries.
But as it may be, the Scot was back on the court on Tuesday, clashing with Federer in a charity game in Glasgow.