Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer clash in doubt — ATP Finals
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer clash in doubt — ATP Finals
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will hope to lit ATP World Tour
13 November, 2017, 03:27
But the 19-time Grand Slam victor didn't have it all his own way, at one stage missing an easy forehand after being put off by Sock's unusual form of surrender. He will continue training players, but will spend most of his time at the Rafael Nadal Tennis Academy in Mallorca. "I never thought I'd be getting this trophy this time past year", the Spaniard said.
'It's always a struggle in the first match of any tournament, ' Federer, who took his grand slam title haul to 19 by winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon this year after missing the last six months of 2016 through injury, said. He stepped up his game in the second set but made too many mistakes which cost him the match. Nadal has faced the 36-year-old, the current world number two, on four occasions and is yet to taste victory. But then he went and won the Paris Masters (after recovering from 5-1 down in the deciding set against Britain's Kyle Edmund in the second round) and suddenly found himself thrust into the top eight who are not now injured. Dimitrov, who also won his first Masters title in Cincinnati, will be confident he can cause a major upset.
"He's the No.1 player in the world, had the best season of us all and is a superstar of our game".
Agassi believes Nadal's whirlwind style will be hard to maintain this late in the year, giving Federer a massive advantage.
The 26-year-old will look to draw on the experience he has gained during recent clashes with the likes of Djokovic, Nadal and Andy Murray when he takes to the court in London.
'He's the toughest opponent to start this campaign here, ' the world no. 8 admitted.
Federer, the oldest player to qualify for the ATP Finals since 1970, looked aghast as two break points went begging at 3-3 and another two at 4-4 in the second set.
After that momentous day in NY during the 2014 US Open there has been a huge amount of expectation around the potential of Cilic, who has a thunderous serve and moves fairly well for his height.
Finishing the year inside the world's top five is testament to how well the 29-year-old has responded after heartache at the All England Club this summer.
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