Who will win the Masters, the last tennis tournament of the year?
After last night’s opening charity gala for the Great Ormond Children Hospital at the Royal Court of Justice, the best players in the world are about to start with the Barclays World Tour Finals.
The finals will take place at the O2 Arena from No 5th – Nov 12th.
The eight players, who have qualified this year are:
Since the beginning of the Masters 42 years ago (1970), Roger Federer is the player, who has won the most finals, followed by American Pete Sampras (5), Czech Ivan Lendl (5), Romanian Ilie Nastase (4) and American John McEnroe (3).
The players have to play three matches each.
The Tennis Cup, which has been in London since 2009, will be there through next year. This year the BBC will broadcast live the games. For the program click here
Monday: Murray against Berdych & Djokovic against Tsonga.
Tuesday: Federer against Tipsarevic & Ferrer against Del PotroRafael Nadal (4) withdrew due to a knee injury.
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