RyoSports ATP Finals 2014 Coverage

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ATP Finals

  1. Novak Djokovic
  2. Roger Federer
  3. Rafael Nadal (Surgery)
  4. Stan Wawrinka
  5. Kei Nishikori
  6. Andy Murray
  7. Tomas Berdych
  8. Milos Raonic
  9. Marin Cilic

SHOWTIME: Will The Real Stud Please Step Forward?

With Rafael Nadal sidelined The World's Top 8 Men Stand Ready For Battle. Who will stand out now? Father, Brother, Surrogate or Son? Who do you rank YE Top 4 in ranking order?

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Number One

Novak Djkokovic


CHAMPION

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

ATP 2014


LANDMARKS

Kei Nikishiori (Japan) is 1st Asian into the ATP Elite Eight.

Milos Raonic (Canada) is 1st Man born in '90s to be an ATP Elite Eight.

2014 ATP ELITE CHAMPIONS


THE SLAMS

STAN WAWRINKA
RAPHAEL NADAL
NOVAK DJOKOVIC
MARIN CILIC
Novak Djokovic

DOUBLES Number One

BRYAN / BRYAN

DOUBLES CHAMPION

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Singles ROUND-ROBIN - Top 2 of Each Group compete in Semi-Finals

GROUP A

  1. Novak Djokovic 3-0
  2. Stan Wawrinka 2-1
  3. Tomas Berdych 1-2
  4. Marin Cilic 0-3
Group WINNER: Novak Djokovic

GROUP B

  1. Roger Federer 3-0
  2. Kei Nishikori 2-1
  3. Andy Murray 1-2
  4. Milos Raonic 0-2 (Ferrer 0-1)
Group WINNER: Roger Federer
ATP Finals Field

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ATP World Tour Elite Eight have declared themselves in exquisite fashion. Look who is standing!

  1. Novak Djokovic (GS - Wimbledon)
  2. Roger Federer
  3. Rafael Nadal (GS - French Open - Oops, sidelined for surgery)
  4. Stan Wawrinka (GS - Australian Open)
  5. Kei Nishikori
  6. Andy Murray
  7. Tomas Berdych
  8. Milos Raonic
  9. Marin Cilic (GS - US Open)
  10. Alternate: David Ferrer

Now, will the real stud please step forward? Has stan-the-man already peaked? Is Novak smiling? Is Murray tiring? Is Marin ready to spring a surprise? Who will step forward now? Let the battles begin.


DOWN TO THE WIRE (10/30/14)

This year's race to the ATP World Tour Final is an action-packed nail-biter down to the wire with five players yet to be guaranteed a spot, eight players live in the hunt, 1000 points up for the taking at this week's Paris Masters, and a field of phenomenal spoilers - landmines, if you will - such as Monfils, Tsonga, Verdasco, Lopez, Robredo, Gasquet and Anderson all in the hunt for a share of those golden points.

500 points offered iin Valencia hot upon the heels of the prevuous week's three simultaneously available 250 points rewarded us with sequential marathon final battles - Murray vs Ferrer (Vienna) & Murray vs Robredo (Velencia) - catapulting Murray from the fringes of the race up to No. 5. But will he be bounced from that spot? Grigor Dimitrov wants to have a say. Winning this title would guarantee Grigor Dimitrov his first spot amongst the Elite Eight.

The trouble for eveyone, as Nadal sits on the sideline recovering from an appendectomy, is this: who will have enough left in the tank for London's In-Door Pressure cooker battle in the 02 for 1500 ponts and this prestigious '5th' grandslam title? And is Marin Cilic ready to spring his second surprise. He is into London by virtue of his US Open Grab, he has stayed clear of this down-to-the-wire crab fight, and he's got an OMG Serve issued no sweat!

There are spoilers everywhich way you turn this year.

Who is your pick?

2014 SEMI-FINALS 2014 FINALS
Novak Djokovic def Kei Nishikori 61,36,60
Roger Federer def Stan Wawrinka 46,75,76
Novak Djokovic def *Andy Murray (85)
Escape Artist Roger Federer saved 4 match points against Stan Wawrinka in a thriller easily the best match of the tournament whittling the elite eight to the top-two, #2 Federer vs #1 Djokovic, final.
Roger Federer cedes ATP Final 2014 Title to Novak Djokovic, identifying anon-resposnsive back injury which will not allow him to play the level of match required for success. Murray steps in.

Notice anything striking about this picture?

GRANDSLAM CHAMPS

2014 GRANDSLAM WINNERS

At least four things stand out uniquely from this montage of 2014 Grandslam winners:

  • A rarity - eight different winners - testament to an amazing depth and variety in today's tennis
  • No Federer - and yet a history-making Year End No 1 ranking dangles within his reach
  • Marin Cilic
  • Each winner has had an incredible 2014 story line, each worthy of a bestselling novel

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2014 ATP WORLD NUMBER ONE RANKING RECORDS STATS in weeks

  1. Roger Federer: 302 (Active)
  2. Pete Sampras: 286
  3. Ivan Lendl: 270
  4. Jimmy Connors: 268
  5. John McEnroe: 170
  6. Rafael Nadal: 141 (Active)
  7. Novak Djokovic: 120+ (Current)
  8. Bjon Borg: 109

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Quotes from the 2014 Top Eight Players at ATP Finals at the London 02. SI.



DOUBLES TROUBLES

ATP Doubles Elite

ATP Profiles The World's Top Eight Men's Doubles Teams Competing For 2014 Top Honors
DOUBLES YEAR-END #1:
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan
DOUBLES Finals CHAMPIONS:
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan

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