All in good time: Federer not worried about 100th title’s arrivalPETER SCHATZ

Conjecture is again rife on where the ATP Finals will be housed after the current deal with London’s 02 Arena expires in two years time. Whether Roger Federer, the player who for right or wrong, is still lauded as king of the tournament, will still be playing at the age of 40 is doubtful but for the time being he is still held in complete reverence by the majority of his opponents.

Perhaps only Novak Djokovic, who has won the title on the banks of the River Thames four times compared to Federer’s two London triumphs, can walk out on the electric blue court with a sense of confirmed superiority. Yet talk to any of the other of this week’s six contestants and it’s clear…