SHANGHAI MASTERS: This is Rafael Nadal's best shot at beating Roger Federer in 2017. It says something about the status of an enthralling rivalry.
Mats Wilander suggested to Sky Sports viewers ahead of the ATP Finals final that 'nobody wanted Djokovic to win, except a few hundred Serbians.' I commented.
Andy Murray may lose the no. 1 ranking, but he's master of defending the Invisible Laws. (ALSO: Novak Djokovic vs Andy Murray preview and prediction.)
At 8pm local time, Novak Djokovic and Kei Nishikori will face off in an ATP World Tour Finals semifinal for the second time. One of them carries a 3-0 round robin record into the encounter. The other has gone 1-2 in the group stage. But anything can happen, right? * I'm not going to lie: … Continue reading ATP World Tour Finals semifinal preview and prediction: Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori
Andy Murray may lead an 8-3 head-to-head record with Milos Raonic, but the latter has not beaten him since 2014. Below, I analyse, preview and predict the result of the first ATP World Tour Finals semifinal, which begins at 2pm local time. * The 2016 ATP World Tour Finals have been missing a spark. No, let's … Continue reading ATP World Tour Finals semifinal preview and prediction: Andy Murray vs Milos Raonic
ATP World Tour Finals: Djokovic and Murray struggle to success, Thiem plans to oppress himself still further, and Wawrinka is Wawrinka.
What with absences, injuries and streaky players - not to mention the year-end no. 1 spot on the line - the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals are tough to predict.
Marin Cilic's strong end-of-year showings have booked his flight to London. Will it be Tomas Berdych, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Dominic Thiem who joins him?