Roger Federer explains ATP Finals argument with umpire: 'Now I am angry'

Roger Federer explains ATP Finals argument with umpire: 'Now I am angry'

Zverev is keen to speed up play and is fed up with opponents who take ages wiping themselves with a towel.

But no-one else has reclaimed the No1 ranking from outside the top 20-and Djokovic was 22 in June-in the space of a single season, and he also became the oldest man to finish as year-end No1. As a top Favourite, the Serbian world ranking list-First Novak Djokovic at the Start.

And once Federer was out of contention in the same tournament and Nadal had formally withdrawn from the World Tour Finals, Djokovic was assured of the year-end No1 for a fifth time.

JOHN ISNER (33/USA/10): The mark-up giant from the United States of America came in for the injured Rafael Nadal to the field of participants. Evert's and Navratilova's gargantuan totals are a reflection of just how long they dominated and how many tournaments they played each year.

ALEXANDER ZVEREV (21/Germany/5): The German number one for the second Time in London.

After a stunning 2017 season which saw the Swiss capture seven titles, including Grand Slam crowns at the Australian Open and Wimbledon, Federer was clear that his 2018 season has been a success despite a mixed run of results in recent months. I'm not going to recommend something that my numbers don't advocate, and I'll be back tomorrow to preview the two matches in the Kuerten group, as well as all week as the tournament continues.

MARIN CILIC (30/Croatia/7): Cilic is in London for the fourth Time.

ATP Finals history: 2016 - runner-up, 2015 - champion, 2014 - champion, 2013 - champion, 2012 - champion, 2011 - round-robin stage, 2010 - semi-finals, 2009 - round-robin stage, 2008 - champion, 2007 - round-robin stage.

It was an event that included the likes of Marat Safin and Yevgeny Kafelnikov, so victory represented a big step in the career of the promising young Swiss.

ROGER FEDERER (37/Switzerland/3): The exception-rounder is aiming for seventh title at the ATP Finals and the 100. I won 20-plus matches in a row and had the most awesome last five months of the year.

In the later match in the Lleyton Hewitt group, second seed and six-time champion Roger Federer takes on Japan's Kei Nishikori. Before this final, Djokovic had lost just one in 32 matches since the first match at Wimbledon in July.

The event begins with a rather low profile start, with Kevin Anderson and Dominic Thiem getting proceedings underway, not before 2pm United Kingdom time. "This applies to any player".

The Japanese had no problems in his service games after that opening game, sealing the deal with a commanding hold in game 10 after a forehand error from Federer to make the best possible start of the event he got a chance to play when Juan Martin del Potro withdrew due to an injury. Outsiders in the group.

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