10. London’s O2 Arena hosts its fourth ATP World Tour Finals this November, after the tournament was re-branded in 2009 from the Tennis Masters Cup. First seed Novak Djokovic is 3.10 to win the tournament this week.
9. Djokovic tops the bill in London, heading into the finals as world number one with Australian and French Open titles under his belt. The Serb has never won the Tour Finals and is 1.85 to top Group A.
8. Second seed Roger Federer boasts the Wimbledon crown and five tour titles this season. Federer has won these Finals a record six times and Unibet are offering a money back special up to £10 on losing bets if he makes it seven.
7. World number three Andy Murray heads into the tournament with an Olympic gold medal and the US Open trophy on his mantelpiece. The Scot’s form has dipped since New York - he lost in the final in Shanghai and round three of the Paris Masters - but is still 3.80 to win this week.
6. With Rafael Nadal absent, David Ferrer is the top-ranked Spaniard in the Tour Finals, having claimed six tour titles this year. Ferrer reached the final back in 2007 and is 9.00 to top Group B.
5. Ferrer won the Paris Masters final at the weekend yet is underdog to Federer and Juan Martin del Potro to qualify out of Group B. Federer is the only man since Pete Sampras in 1997 to win both Paris and the Tour Finals, but Ferrer is 20.00 to match that feat.
4. Thomas Berdych has earned a place in the circuit finale for the third straight year. With indoor titles in Montpellier and Stockholm to his name, Berdych is 3.20 to reach the semi-finals.
3. Last year’s defeated finalist, Jo Wilfred Tsonga, qualified for the tournament on 1 November after reaching the latter stages in Paris. The Frenchman also boasts two hard-court titles this season – Metz and Doha – and is 25.00 to go one better this year.
2. Murray has a 4-7 losing record against fellow Group A participant Berdych, and a 7-9 deficit to Djokovic. However, the Scot boasts a 6-2 record over Tsonga and is 1.28 to reach the semis.
1. There is a prize of $1,760,000 on offer for an undefeated champion at London this year. Federer won the competition undefeated in 2011 and 3.50 to take the crown for a third consecutive year.