Andy Murray will face the toughest possible draw at the ATP Tour Finals after being picked in the same group as Novak Djokovic.
The British number one will also play David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych in the round-robin group, but the Serbian is likely to prove the toughest test in the opening stage of the end-of-season competition.
Djokovic swept almost all before him this season, winning the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open and would seem to be the man to beat at the ATP Tour Finals. The mobile betting
However, injury has dogged him towards the end of the season and although he will undoubtedly be putting in an appearance at the O2 it remains to be seen whether he will be able to bring his A-game.
Murray has also struggled for fitness in recent weeks as the punishing tour schedule takes it toll. Despite, this he has been in excellent form and clocked up a 17-match winning streak before being beaten by Berdych in the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters.
The top-two players progress from the group into the semi-finals, with Murray and Djokovic undoubtedly favourites to progress, Berdych and Ferrer will be keen to prove they are not just making up the numbers
Although the semi-finals at all four Grand Slams this season have seen Murray, Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal face off in various combinations, the players outside the top four will be keen to take advantage of any weakness and make at mark in London.