ATP Finals preview: Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer for the title

Tennis: No award, but Kei Nishikori in high spirits on London arrival

The American, who won eight Grand Slams, was at his most productive in 1976, racking up an astonishing 12 titles. "Either it happens or it doesn't", he told Germany's Tennis Magazin this year, referring to the 109. Irrespective of whether he wins loses or doesn't play, people can not find a reason to hate him.

"If they stay I think it's definitely a good choice", said the Swiss.

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic were split Friday over whether the season-ending ATP Finals should remain in London after 2020 as tennis chiefs consider where the event should be staged in future.

Federer will have been buoyed by his battling performance against Djokovic in the semi-final of the Paris Masters last week but he still lost the match - his fourth consecutive defeat against Djokovic, with the Serb now leading their head-to-head 25-22. However, Nishikori has pulled off an incredible comeback since returning to action, forcing his way into the top-10 with some excellent performances that have seen him ever so close to winning major titles.

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The world's current best male player, in the space of just a few months since Wimbledon, has turned his career around from a possible has-been to the man to beat in any tournament.

While Zverev does not support numerous new innovations at the Next Gen Finals - a tournament for the best players aged 21 and under and which he skipped to play at the ATP Finals in London, he says towel rails or boxes could be a benefit. "I'm going to be No.1 tomorrow officially".

Before the start of the Final tournament ATP according to tradition, handed out awards to the best players and coaches of the past season. "I'm going into the season finale (in London) with a lot of confidence and feeling good about my game". No.6 South African Kevin Anderson, enjoying the best phase of his career at age 32, makes his debut in the tournament and remains its most unsafe floater, while the presence of No.10 John Isner, Nadal's replacement, will increase the chances of at least one marathon match next week. The top two in each group progress to the knockout semifinals. Nishikori was a fan of Shuzo, who would later go on to become Nishikori's mentor.

Kei Nishikori, Dominic Thiem, John Isner, Kevin Anderson, Marin Cilic and Alexander Zverev, as well as Djokovic and Federer are all set to play in the event. This year they clinched Wimbledon and US Open titles. "Every tournament I will play for the rest of my life I will have a chance to reach my 100th, but reaching it here in London would be extra special, having achieved so much success here and because of the importance of the tournament".