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Federer says, “Everybody can beat everybody!”

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ATP World Tour Finals order of play:

Sunday, 20 November: Federer v Tsonga (not before 1400 GMT), Nadal v Fish (not before 2000 GMT).

Monday, 21 November Murray v Ferrer (not before 1400 GMT), Djokovic v Berdych (not before 2000 GMT).

Reigning champion Federer, who beat Nadal in last year’s final, is in good form, having won last week’s event in the French capital with a victory over Tsonga. Before the draw, former world number one Federer said: “If Djokovic is fit and Murray is fit – which it seems like he is – they will be difficult to beat, and Rafa [Nadal], regardless of how he’s going to be, is always a tough customer. “Everybody can beat everybody – I don’t feel like [the players ranked] five, six, seven and eight have no chance – I definitely feel like they have a chance to go deep [into the competition].”

Djokovic and Nadal, as the top two seeds, were kept apart in the draw, as were third-ranked Murray and fourth seed Federer. Ferrer and Tsonga, as the fifth and sixth best players in the word were also separated, as were seventh and eighth-ranked Berdych and Fish.

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