ATP Paris Masters 2017- Who will be the champion?

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The 46th edition of the Paris Masters will be contested between 30 October and 5 November 2017 in the Palais omisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, France.

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The Rolex Paris Masters is the ninth and final ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event of this year’s season. Since 2009, it is the only Masters 1000 tournament to be played indoors. As it is the final tournament of the regular men’s tennis season, the ranking players will qualify for the spots in the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals.

Players fighting for the title this year are:

Player Country
Rafael Nadal Spain
Roger Federer Switzerland
Alexander Zverev Germany
Marin Cilic Croatia
Dominic Thiem Austria
Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria
Pablo Carreno Busta Spain

The French Open and the Paris Masters are dubbed as “the Paris double” and the four players that have managed to win both tournaments are Ilie Năstase, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. However, Federer and Djokovic did not win them during the same season, while Năstase in 1973 and Agassi in 1999 are the only players who have managed the titles in a single year.

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Even though last year’s winner Andy Murray is scheduled to fight Roger Federer on November 7, it is doubtful that it will mark his comeback. He has not played any matches since he was beaten at a five set game by the American Sam Querrey in July. He had to cut his season short due to his hip injury and stated about it:

Stadium for Paris Master 2017 I will be beginning my 2018 season in Brisbane in preparation for the Australian Open and I’m looking forward to playing in Glasgow later this year against Roger for Unicef UK and Sunny-sid3up.

-Andy Murray

The most successful player in recent times is Novak Djokovic with four wins in 2009 and 2013-2015 against Monfills, Ferrer, Raonic and Murray. In the almost 50 years’ history of the tournament, he is the only player who has defended his title twice! But just like Murray, he won’t be playing this year.

Rafael Nadal is the strong favourite of the Bookmakers to finish as No1 in the Emirates ATP Rankings for the fourth time in his career, while Roger Federer is the pre-eminent outsider favourite as he just claimed his 94th title at the Shanghai Masters. Both players are in an incredible form this year and it is conceivable that we will them facing each other in the final.

Who is your favourite for this year’s run?