Djokovic, for example, enjoys a better head-to-head win ratio against nearly all these players-25-22 against Federer, 1-1 against Zverev, 7-1 against Anderson, 16-2 against Čilić, 5-2 against Thiem, 15-2 against Nishikori and 8-2 versus Isner-which puts him in a rarefied zone.
The Wimbledon finalist, who stands at 2.03m tall, established an early grip on the match at London's O2 arena, dominating the early exchanges and securing the crucial break. It's been a good place to play and showcase our talents. "I just thought at the time it might take more time than I wished it to be". "I've personally had phenomenal success here so I should be the last one talking about moving it anywhere because I enjoy it but I think as a general idea of this event, it should be moving around".
"I'm very happy I won a Slam and very happy I played as well as I did throughout the season".
The 28-year-old Japanese will make his fourth ATP Finals appearance and first since 2016. He will definitely make me get involved on the backhand side.' Federer played in an wonderful way on the backhand side at the 2017 Australian Open final against Rafael Nadal. I'm going to be the underdog.
"He knows it, and believe me, what's more important is that the guys on the other side of the net know it", Paul Annacone, former coach to Federer, told The New York Times.
Germany's number one Alexander Zverev is the second Time in the series, but only as an outsider.
Given his current level of dominance, it would be no surprise to see Djokovic go on to add many more titles to his already stacked trophy cabinet and though he remains six majors behind Federer, he is also six years younger than the 37-year-old Swiss. Federer won his 99th ATP title in Basel, his home and bid for his 100th in Paris before he ran into Djokovic in the final, which extended his wait.
"Quite incredible, not just that I was ranked 22".
And all still have ambitions for more.
How likely is Federer to get his 100th title in London? Will he do it in London? I have to really compete and I know there are no easy matches.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic were split Friday over whether the season-ending ATP Finals should remain in London after 2020 as tennis chiefs consider where the event should be staged in future. If some other plays quicker on my backhand, strong and down the line, I can not attack it. "I'm going into the season finale (in London) with a lot of confidence and feeling good about my game".