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ATP World Tour Finalists are confirmed for 2014 (1)

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After a year of tough battle, the eight finalists for the ATP World Tour Finals have been confirmed among the action of the Paris Masters.

The successful players will now have a week to prepare for the season-ending tournament at London's O2 Arena, where Novak Djokovic will be looking for his third consecutive triumph.

LONDON CALLING

Last year's beaten finalist, Rafael Nadal, was unfortunately struck off the bill in the English capital having failed to recover from appendicitis.

Nonetheless there will be no shortage of quality at the Finals.

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Let's take you through the final eight and see what they've had to do to earn themselves a spot. 

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Topics:
ATP World Tour Finals
Novak Djokovic
Roger Federer
Tennis
Stanislas Wawrinka
Andy Murray

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