Juan Martin del Potro officially qualified for the year-end ATP Finals, to be held next month in London.
After beating Karen Khachanov to reach the Beijing quarterfinals, the Argentine will make his fifth appearance, and first since 2013. He made the finals of the event in 2009.
“I’m happy to get in London after five years,” said Del Potro. “It will be an amazing moment for me. I will love to be part of the eight players, to make that event. Of course, it’s a very special tournament for us. I will be excited to do well in London.”
The 30-year-old Del Potro won his first Masters title at Indian Wells, and also made the US Open finals, the French semifinals and the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.
Del Potro joins Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal who have also qualified for the event.
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