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    ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    https://www.nittoatpfinals.com/

    I can't get the table to format properly when copying but the top 6 are in. Tsitsipas has just qualified.


    • 1
      Rafael Nadal Has strong lead in battle for year-end No. 1
      9225
    • 2
      Novak Djokovic Falls to 0-2 on hard courts v. Tsitsipas
      7945
    • 3
      Roger Federer Falls to Zverev in QFs
      5690
    • 4
      Daniil Medvedev Takes 4-0 record v Tsitsipas into SFs
      5235
    • 5
      Dominic Thiem Takes 1-0 record v Berrettini into QFs
      4525
    • 6
      Stefanos Tsitsipas Upsets Djokovic, plays Medvedev in SFs
      3730
    • 7
      Alexander Zverev Beats Federer for first Top 10 win of 2019
      2615
    • 8
      Matteo Berrettini Claims 8th place by reaching Shanghai SFs
      2525


    • 9
      Roberto Bautista Agut Falls to Berrettini in R3
      2485
    • 10
      David Goffin Drops to 1-10 record v. Federer
      2325
    • 11
      Fabio Fognini Falls to Medvedev in Shanghai QF
      2235
    • 12
      Kei Nishikori Sidelined from Shanghai with arm injury
      2180
    • 13
      Gael Monfils Falls to Hurkacz in Shanghai R2
      2170
    • 14
      Diego Schwartzman Falls to Pospisil in Shanghai R1
      1860
    • 15
    • John Isner Falls to Djokovic in R3
      1715
    • 16
    • Karen Khachanov Falls to Fognini in R3
      1695

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Will be missing this for the first time in years
    Pat xx

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Great news!!! From the ATP.
    See you in London, @RajeevRam & @joesalisbury92.

    Results in Paris mean they are the seventh team to qualify for the 2019 #NittoATPFinals.
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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Great for Joe and Rajeev, well done!

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    And :-
    Congratulations to Jean-Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau!

    Results in Paris mean they have qualified for the 2019 #NittoATPFinals in London.
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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Looking forward to seeing Rajeev and Joe play in London

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019



    Josť Morgado

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    ATP Finals 2019 line up set. It's quite young:
    Rafael Nadal (33yo)
    Novak Djokovic (32yo)
    Roger Federer (38yo)
    Daniil Medvedev (23yo)
    Dominic Thiem (26yo)
    Stefanos Tsitsipas (21yo)
    Alexander Zverev (22yo)
    Matteo Berrettini (23yo)

    Alternates:

    1. Bautista
    2. Monfils

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    BBC - Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer drawn together in same group at ATP Finals in London
    Five-time winner Djokovic and six-time winner Federer are drawn alongside Dominic Thiem and Matteo Berrettini.

    World number one Rafael Nadal is in a group with Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev.

    Earlier on Tuesday Nadal said he plans to compete in London, despite pulling out of last week's Paris Masters.
    The Spaniard said an MRI scan had confirmed a "small" abdominal injury, which forced him to withdraw from the semi-finals in Paris.

    Despite pulling out, Nadal overtook Djokovic at the top of the rankings this week but could lose the position as year-end number one in London.

    If the Spaniard does not play or fails to win a round-robin match at the ATP Finals, Djokovic will take top spot if he wins two group-stage matches and reaches the final.

    Djokovic will also finish the year as number one if he wins the tournament and Nadal does not reach the semi-finals.

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Remember there will be FTM and FTD for this. Final one for year 2019.
    Go Andy Murray --- Go Roger Federer
    *** Winner of FTM 2007 ***

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    Re: ATP World Tour Finals 10-17 November 2019

    Hers is the draw/standings with the 2 groups in.

    https://www.nittoatpfinals.com/en/sc...roup-standings

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