Who are the eight players qualified for the London Masters


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Who are the eight players qualified for the London Masters

All players wish to play at least once in their life on Masters end of the year. In which will be your last edition in London, the eight classifieds are already defined and it only remains to know how the groups will be distributed in the round robin.

With the classification of Diego schwartzman to the tournament played by the best tennis players of the season, this will be the first time since Juan Martín Del Potro in 2013 for an Argentine in the English capital.

The first classified to the Masters were the members of the top 3: Novak Djokovic (1st), Rafael Nadal (2nd) and Dominic Thiem (3rd), who guaranteed their presence practically the moment the season resumed in Cincinnati. The three Grand Slam tournaments that were played winning in Australia, Roland Garros and the US Open, respectively.

Those who guaranteed its presentation over the months were Alexander Zverev (US Open finalist), Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev. None of these three players managed to settle after the activity returned to the circuit, although the Greek Tsitsipas is the defending champion and it will be a rival to be reckoned with without a doubt.

Andrey Rublev and Diego Schwartzman they qualified in the final sprint. The Russian did it with his two tournaments won at the beginning of the year (Doha and Adelaide) and the three consecrations in ATP 500 (Hamburg, Saint Petersburg and Vienna) and the quarterfinals reached at the US Open as best records.

The Peque, meanwhile, had a sensational second “half” of the year after resuming the season that was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic with its final in Rome, the semifinals at Roland Garros and the final in Cologne 2.


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