No stopping Novak – Novak Djokovic cruised to a straight sets victory over Stan Wawrinka at London's O2 Arena. The Serb star was in unstoppable form as he made it 29 indoor contests without defeat.
Wawrinka wobbles – Wawrinka, who defeated Djokovic to win the Australian Open title earlier this year, won the opening two games of the contest but was then blown away. He can still qualify for the semifinals if he defeats Marin Cilic in his final game.
Brilliant Berdych – Tomas Berdych produced a fine performance to defeat Marin Cilic 6-3 6-1 in London. The Czech has lost all five of his opening matches at the tournament but has won all five of his second matches.
Cilic chokes – The U.S. Open winner has endured a miserable time in London, losing both of his contests so far. His final match will be against Stanislas Wawrinka.
Fed express – Roger Federer, who has won both of his group matches so far, faces Andy Murray in the final game on Thursday.
Mighty Murray – Andy Murray will face his biggest challenge yet when he takes on Federer. The British No.1 lost his opener to Kei Nishikori before bouncing back with a confident win over Milos Raonic.
Kei man – Kei Nishikori made a winning debut at the ATP World Tour Finals as he dispatched Andy Murray in straight sets. He can book his place in the next round with victory over Milos Raonic despite a defeat having lost to Federer.
Raonic revenge – Milos Raonic of Canada has lost both his opening matches against Federer and Murray. He will be hoping for some success against Nishikori.