He is not in the highest ranking, he is not the most probable winner but Roger Federer is there for the twelfth time in a row, a feat only paired by Ivan Lendl. There is though one former player that qualified more than 12 times for the now called ATP World Tour Finals: Andre Agassi with 14 non-consecutive appearances.
Roger Federer currently rank in the sixth position in the ATP rankings hold the sixth ticket to play in London’s O2 arena from 4 to 11 November 2013. Stanislas Wawrinka and Richard Gasquet are currently the better positioned for the remaining two vacancies but Milos Raonic still has a chance to put one of them off London. To do so he must reach the final and hope for a not so good performance of Wawrinka or Gasquet at Paris Bercy ATP 1000.
UPDATE 31 OCT 2013:
The final roaster for the Barclays ATP World Tour Final is the following:
- Del Potro
Note that Murray will not go due to injury.