Novak Djokovic has become the second man to qualify for this year's ATP World Tour Finals.
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As the No. 2 in this year's RACE rankings, Novak Djokovic has managed to secure his place for the ATP World Tour Finals in London. The Serb failed in his bid to complete the Career Golden Masters in Cincinnati last week, but his quarter-final run was enough to secure his place alongside Rafael Nadal for the end of season event.
Djokovic reached the quarter-finals in Cincinnati last week. (Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
Novak has attended the last six editions of the tournament and he won the title for a second time last year. He's feeling confident ahead of his next campaign:
"[Being defending champion] adds a little bit of extra expectation and pressure," remarked Nole. “Knowing that I can play that well on the centre stage gives me enough reason to believe that I can do it again. That is something that inspires me to prepare well and perform my best.”
Djokovic won the ATP World Tour Finals in 2012. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
Djokovic considers his best memory from the Tour Finals to be picking up the trophy in 2012:
"My favourite memory is winning the title in 2012, when I won all five of my matches and I played some of my best tennis," he said. “It was the best way to finish the season.”
Djokovic was unbeaten in 2012's World Tour Finals. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
Djokovic currently has 6,770 ranking points for 2013, trailing only Nadal who has 9,010 points. Andy Murray sits in third with 5,430 points and David Ferrer is in fourth with 4,540. Roger Federer is currently placed in seventh with 2,875 points and he'll need to go deep at the US Open to secure his place in the competition.