Monday, November 28, 2011

Federer returns the number three with his sixth title of 'master'

Roger Federer has reclaimed the world number three to win their sixth title of "master" in London, becoming the first player in history to record the players ahead of the likes of Pete Sampras and Ivan Lendl, who remained five gimped.

Federer, who has won three consecutive titles in this final stretch of the course - Basel, Paris-Bercy and the 'Barclays ATP World Tour Finals' - regained third place in the ATP, in 8170, relegating the Briton Andy Murray, who retired through injury to fourth place (7380).

Federer's rise has been the only change of the week. Thus, Novak Djokovic remains world number one to have scored 13,675 points in just 200 British capital, where they passed the group stage.

The Spanish Rafael Nadal, who also fell into the 'round robin', could not close the gap with 'Nole' scored only 200 points for their participation in the Champions 'Masters'.

On the other hand, David Ferrer Alicante remains fifth, but added 400 points to your account to get the pass to the semifinals of the event in London.

The rest of the 'Armada', no change, still tenth Nicolas Almagro, Feliciano Lopez, twenty, Fernando Verdasco, twenty-fourth, and Marcel Granollers, Twenty-seventh, with the latter three engaged in training for the Davis Cup final against Argentina.


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