Roger Federer hoping to rule London again as he pursues 100th title

The Swiss player could celebrate a special landmark at the ATP World Tour Finals, but Novak Djokovic stands in his way

It is difficult to judge which was the most surreal image on the eve of the ATP World Tour finals in London: Novak Djokovic scrolling through his mobile phone messages on the Jubilee line or the speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, declaring his undying love for Roger Federer in the oil-painted shadow of Betty Boothroyd.

The latter event occurred at the official reception in the speaker’s room at Westminster, which the eight singles finalists and 16 doubles contenders reached on the underground from North Greenwich, an experience new to most of them and unlikely to be repeated.

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