The World Tour Finals in London don’t kick off for at least another month but barring any miracles over the next few weeks the current leader-up looks like being the line-up.
Only three have officially qualified so far.
First into the hat was Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic followed not long after and just the other day the tower of Tandil added his name to the event.
For Roger Federer and Alex Zverev it is just a matter of time, they could not win again until London and still qualify as the points required total with continue to drop as the season nears it’s conclusion.
The other three looking to keep their names where they are now is Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem and Kevin Anderson.
Kevin currently occupies the final space by just over 500 points and is still active in Beijing unlike John Isner in 9th position but Kei Nishikori in 10th could still have a say on what happens but even if he wins Beijing he will still be 500 points off the final position.
It was meant to be a race but it hasn’t really had that feeling for the majority of the season as a few good tournaments have basically confirmed places.