Sunday, 22 November 2015

Federer vs Djokovic Live Streaming Tennis ATP World Tour Finals

ATP World Tour Finals - London
Kick Off: Sunday (22 November) 19:00 (GMT +1)
HD TV Link: Link 1, Link 2 
Match Reviews:  
The 2015 ATP World Tour season comes full circle Sunday with the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals title match highlighting two of the diversion's record-breaking greats. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Roger Federer square off for the second time in the competition. Federer won on Tuesday 7-5 6-2 to end Djokovic's 23-match winning streak this season to lead the pack again in their unequaled FedEx ATP Head2Head 22-21. Djokovic has never driven Federer in their no holds barred record.
This is their eighth meeting of the season (Djokovic drives 4-3). The couple has consolidated to win 10 of the previous 12 season-closure titles between them with Federer a record six-time champion and Djokovic a four-time victor, including the previous three.

Federer is showing up in a competition record tenth last and Djokovic his fifth. Djokovic is attempting to end up the first player to win four straight season-finale titles in the competition's 46-year history. They are meeting in the last for a moment straight year and third in four years at The O2. The last time two players came to the last consecutive years was Ivan Lendl and Boris Becker in 1985-86. Lendl won both times.
In the event that Federer wins the title, he will procure $2,228,000 and 1,500 Emirates ATP Rankings focuses for winning his five matches at the current year's season finale. He is searching for a seventh Barclays ATP World Tour Finals title (6-3) and 89th title by and large (88-46 in finals). In the event that Djokovic wins, he will stash $2,061,000 and 1,300 focuses for the competition. The Serb is searching for a fifth season-finishing title (4-0) and 59th title by and large (58-26 in finals).
In the copies last, the No. 1 couple in the Emirates ATP Doubles Team Rankings, No. 2 seeds Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau meet No. 8 Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea, who did not qualify until the most recent day of the general season on November 8. Rojer and Tecau, who have a 3-0 FedEx ATP Head2Head favorable position, wrapped up their first year-end No. 1 Emirates ATP Doubles Team Ranking with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Bob and Mike Bryan on Saturday. They are 10-0 in London this season subsequent to winning the Wimbledon title and going undefeated so far in the competition.


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