Anderson ready to break new ground at ATP finals


"I had the most difficulty with my feelings".

Djokovic looks the man most likely to deny Federer a 100th Tour title, having resumed the dominance he displayed in 2011, 2015 and 2016. He's in Group Lleyton Hewitt with Kevin Anderson, Dominic Thiem and Kei Nishikori.

Roger Federer is aiming to complete a century of titles at the ATP Finals but will likely have to find a way past the irrepressible Novak Djokovic, who is looking to round off his astonishing season in style.

This tournament opener is a hard match to call as although Anderson has mostly had the upper hand in this particular rivalry, it is the Austrian who has won both their meetings in 2018.

Also featuring at the Tour Finals will be local favourite, Kiwi player Michael Venus, who has qualified for the ATP Tour Finals Doubles competition with his partner Raven Klassen. "Five months ago, if you told me was highly improbable at that time, considering my ranking and the way I played and felt on the court".

On Friday, Federer publicly backed London's attempts to keep the ATP Finals on these shores, seeing no reason for change.

"It turned to out to be a flawless five months of the year, with two Grand Slam titles", he added.

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If he wins the tournament, which starts on Sunday, he would draw level with Roger Federer with six wins in total.

Djokovic heads the Gustavo Kuerten group and will begin against big-serving American debutant John Isner on Monday before tackling German wunderkind Alexander Zverev, making his second appearance, and Croatian powerhouse Marin Cilic. Connors said recently. "Would I like 109 to live forever?" This is the third year running that eight different countries have been represented in the singles field.

He sported a poppy, the symbol the British wear at this time of year to honour those who died in the world wars, and exalted in being a tourist in London, though his hotel room opposite the Houses of Parliament offers a view onto scaffolding and cladding round Big Ben, rather than the clock itself.

After admitting he returned too soon from elbow surgery in February, his game clicked into gear at Wimbledon where he beat Nadal in a classic semi-final then swept past Kevin Anderson to the title.

The Serbian captured two awards this year, sneaking past Nadal at the last minute to earn the ATP World No. 1 trophy.

Anderson is the other debutant and will become the first South African in 23 years to grace the season-ender.