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ATP World Tour Finals 2013: Federer is back for the twelfth time in a row (Updated)

ATP World Tour Finals 2013: Federer is back for the twelfth time in a row (Updated)

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

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Tennis Grand Slams and 2013 World Tour Finals – Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open and London

Less than a month from the beginning of the first tennis Gran Slam of the season let us recall the 2013 dates for all the four majors events and also for the ATP World Tour Finals. Australian Open – From 14 to 27 of January. Defending Champions: Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka Roland Garros – from

ATP Worlds Tour Finals - The Contenders 2012

ATP World Tour Finals 2012 – The Contenders

And the final ATP tennis games for the 2012 season are on (just a few minutes away) and the contenders are in play, without Nadal but with Federer, Djokovic, Murray, Ferrer, Berdych, Del Potro, Tsonga and Tipsarevic. The Groups are arranged in the following manner: Group A: Djokovic, Murray; Berdych Tsonga Group B: Federer, Ferrer,

ATP World Tour Finals 2012

Djokovic will end 2012 as Number 1 in the ATP ranking – while 2013 promises further excitement!

Since Roger Federer announced that he wouldn’t compete in Paris Masters 1000 (where he won last year adding up 1000 points to his ranking) Novak Djokovic became the virtual end of the year number one of the ATP Ranking of 2012. Even if Federer manages to win every game in the ATP World Tour Final

ATP World Tour Finals 2012

ATP World Tour Finals 2012 Schedule

The ATP World Tour Finals of the 2012 season will be held at the O2 Arena in London from November the 5th until November the 12th. At this time, only half of the eight top players have already assured its place: Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal – the four top ranking players in the ATP

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