The stage is set. For the first time in ranking history No. 1 will be determined by the final match of the year, and it pits rivals Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic on court with the No. 1 ranking and the ATP Finals title at stake.
Murray, the current No. 1, takes a career-best 23-match win streak into his first final at the ATP Finals. But the Scot comes off an epic 3-hour, 38-minute victory today over Milos Raonic. How much will he have left?
Meanwhile, Djokovic enters having won 22 of his last 23 at the ATP Finals after crushing Kei Nishikori 6-1, 6-1 in just 68 minutes. The well-rested Djokovic also has never lost in the title match of the ATP Finals, winning all five appearances including the last four years.
Djokovic also leads Murray 24-10 in their head-to-head beating Murray in their last meeting at in the French Open final and has won 13 of the last 15 in this rivalry. In finals, it’s advantage Djokovic who holds a 10-7 edge.
With so much at stake, who’ll finish on top?
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