Player Profiles

(1) Roger Federer

Federer: Record in sight
Age: 29
Nationality: Swiss
Became Pro: 1998
Height: 1.85

Refreshed after his Middle East break, Roger Federer arrives in London attempting to make history.
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(2) Rafael Nadal

Nadal: Elusive title
Age: 24
Nationality: Spanish
Became Pro: 2001
Height: 1.85

After a year blighted by injury, Manacor's finest heads to the English capital with a point to prove.
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(3) Novak Djokovic

Djokovic: Defending champion
Age: 23
Nationality: Serbian
Became Pro: 2003
Height: 1.90

Defending champion Novak Djokovic will do all he can to retain his title in London.
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(4) Andy Murray

Murray: British hope
Age: 23
Nationality: British
Became Pro: 2005
Height: 1.91

Andy Murray once again carries British hopes on his shoulders at this year's ATP World Tour Finals.
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(4) Juan Martin Del Potro

Del Potro: Pure power
Age: 22
Nationality: Argentinian
Became Pro: 2005
Height: 1.98

The 'Tandil Tower' conquered New York last year and now has Melbourne firmly in his sights.
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(6) Nikolay Davydenko

Davydenko: London Master?
Age: 29
Nationality: Russian
Became Pro: 1999
Height: 1.78

Nikolay Davydenko left it late before securing his place in London, and it would be na´ve to rule the Russian out of the title race.
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(7) Fernando Verdasco

Verdasco: Masters debut
Age: 27
Nationality: Spanish
Became Pro: 2001
Height: 1.88

Fernando Verdasco left it as late as he possibly could to qualify for London, but he won't be here to make up the numbers.
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(8) Robin Soderling

(8) Robin Soderling
Age: 26
Nationality: Swedish
Became Pro: 2001
Height: 1.91

Andy Roddick's loss is Robin Soderling's gain, and the big-hitting Swede should not be underestimated in London.
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Experts & Blogs

Barry Cowan

Nik has winning knack

Nikolay Davydenko has every chance of becoming a Grand Slam champion, says Barry Cowan.

Barry Cowan

It's all adding up

Semi-final confusion should not tarnish what's been a fantastic World Tour Finals so far, says Barry Cowan.