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Swiss master Federer and in-form Berdych given huge ATP boost

| 13.11.2015

The ATP Finals will soon be getting underway at London’s O2 Arena and Ladbrokes are making sure it’s an all-action affair with some timely Price Boosts.

David Ferrer and Kei Nishikori received the boosting treatment yesterday but today it’s the turn of the Swiss Master and an in-form Czech.

Roger Federer to win the ATP Tour Finals NOW 9/2*

Tomas Berdych to win the ATP Tour Finals NOW 50/1*

These prices are available online, on tablet and on mobile and there is plenty of evidence that both men could deliver in the capital.

Berdych has been in fine form of late, losing just two of his last 10 matches and taking the Stockholm title.

There is some concern that those two losses came at the hands of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray but with a close 6-7 record against the Brit and a win against the world number one as recently as last year the Czech is not just there to make up the numbers.

As for Federer, well there is little to say about the Swiss master’s talents that haen’t already been said. At 34 the six-time winner of this event is in the twilight of his career, but what he may be starting to lack in pace he more than makes up for with unerring accuracy.

Fed-Ex warmed up for this event by taking a hard court title in Basel earlier this month, beating Rafa Nadal in the final, and while he crashed out early in Paris he’ll be well rested to launch an assault on the crown that Djokovic has worn for three years straight.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.