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  • on 12.11.2012
  • at 11:12 AM
  • by KT

Roger Federer the value in ATP Final

Tonight will see the world’s two best tennis players lock horns once again, this time in the final of the ATP World Tour Final at the O2 Arena in London.

This will be the 29th time Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have met, with the latter holding a 16-12 advantage.

This season however has seen the two players share the spoils in their head-to-heads, 2-2.

And what better way to draw an end to the season, given that these two (with the help of Andy Murray of course) have continued to dominate following Rafael Nadal’s season-ending injury picked up in June.

Federer has won this event an incredible six times before, whilst the Serb has just one ATP World Tour Final title to his name (2008).

What’s more Federer dispatched Andy Murray quite comfortably in his semi-final, but Djokovic needed all three sets to see off Juan Martin del Potro (4-6, 6-3, 6-2).

Yet Djokovic comes into the match as somewhat of a short-priced favourite (4/7, SkyBet), meaning Roger Federer might well represent some value at 11/8.

With the resurgence of Federer this year, it is a surprise that he is so un-fancied amongst the bookmakers, and whilst we fancy a close match, the 7/2 with SkyBet for a Federer 2-1 win looks a big price.

 

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