ATP World Tour Finals live on Sky Sports

Last Updated: 31/10/13 4:20pm

Novak Djokovic: Will the Serbian retain the title?

Only the world's top eight players will qualify and Sky Sports HD will bring you all the action of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals from The O2 Arena.

The pair will be favourites to meet in the final as they did in New York this year and give us another gripping installment of the Nole v Rafa show.

Unfortunately British hopes were diminished earlier this month as Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray will miss the tournament following some essential back surgery. The three-time finalist would have been eager to bow out his record-breaking season in style and in front of a home crowd.

Even without Muzza, the inaugural event will be full of excitement. Roger Federer booked his 12th consecutive appearance at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals after defeating South African Kevin Anderson the second round of this BNP Paribas Masters.

Federer's fellow Swiss countryman Stanislas Wawrinka looks set to join the fun in London with impressive perfomances so far in Paris, which the final tournament to pick up essential points and should make up one of the final eight spots.

The final place is being battled out between Ricahrd Gasquet ......UPDATE WITH QUALIFIERS

Despite a less than impressive season, six-time ATP World Tour Finals champion Roger Federer will still a tough man to beat under the lights at the O2.

Live action of the lunchtime sessions start Monday 4 November through to 10 November from 12pm on Sky Sports 3HD.

Evening sessions start Monday 4 November through to 10 November from 6pm on Sky Sports 3HD.

Doubles and Singles Finals: Monday 11 November 5.30pm Sky Sports 3HD