The season is coming to its end with only ATP World Tour and Davis’ Cup finals left to play. The British team led by Andy Murray will be difficult to beat in the Davis Cup final. Only if Murray injures himself, things can turn out differently.
As for the ATP Finals…
Novak Djokovic at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
Novak Djokovic is the strongest guy in the field. He is the main candidate to win the title. Only something extraordinary, like an injury or incredibly complicated draw (Wawrinka and Nadal in the same half, then Murray and fresh Federer in the final) can spoil his chances of winning the tournament (and only in case if these guys show their best tennis).
Andy Murray at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
The Brit now shows the best tennis after Novak Djokovic. However, his chances of lifting the trophy are miserable. He can lose not only to Novak, but to the rest of the top-8 players too. The Davis Cup final is his priority right now, so Murray won’t play at 100 percent, preserving energy for the next challenge.
Roger Federer at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
Roger Federer is unlikely to claim the title of the last major event of the year as well. Only luck can help him to win in London. He is on good form and the surface is conducive to his game, but he can win maximum 2 hard-fought matches. If there are more of such encounters, the Swiss won’t be able to fight for the title.
Stan Wawrinka at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
Stan Wawrinka is another strong contender, who can put up a good fight. But he can rather create some problems for the 3 guys listed above, than win the tournament. Stan, like Federer, fails to win hard consecutive matches. However, Wawrinka is one of the most unpredictable players on tour, so you never know what to expect from him.
Rafael Nadal at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
Rafael Nadal is probably the least likely candidate for the title from the main contenders. Rafa’s game has improved, but the Spaniard is extremely unconfident, making silliest mistakes in key moments of the game. It is quite unlikely that his confidence will suddenly be back at the ATP finals. The pressure on players is high here, so Nadal’s game can fall apart even in the first rounds. He may not win, but he will definitely make Federer’s life at the tournament a little harder.
Tomas Berdych at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
Tomas can only dream of winning the ATP Finals. He shows bad statistics at this event. Having 5 participations in the tournament, he managed to progress from his group only once. This year Berdych’s chances of reaching the semifinal are not too high either.
David Ferrer at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
David Ferrer is a great player and a true workaholic, but there is nothing special to expect from him at the ATP Finals in London. The Spaniard looks a lot weaker than his opponents. He shows decent game at the end of the season, but progressing to the semifinal is all he is capable of (winning one match will be already a success for him).
Kei Nishikori at the ATP World Tour Finals 2015
There is a possibility that Kei won’t appear on court at all or retire from his first match. The Japanese has been suffering from injuries throughout the whole second part of the season, which hasn’t allowed him to show his best game for a long period already. Each victory in the ATP finals brings a player a decent amount of money and points, so maybe this fact will motivate Nishikori to fight.
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