With just a few more weeks left in the 2014 season, the No. 1 ranking is still undecided between fathers Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Djokovic, who just welcomed the arrival of his first child last week, returns this week in Paris hoping to add to his 490 point lead at No. 1.
Federer, who has won his last 12 matches since the US Open, could hold the lead in the No. 1 race entering London if he makes the Paris finals and Djokovic loses early.
Regardless of outcome this week, Federer will still have a chance to pass the Serb at the 1,500 point ATP London finals and if needed he’ll also have another opportunity to pick up an additional 225 points at the Davis Cup final.
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