Game Point: The ATP goes GQ, Federer talks soccer

Game Point is Busted Racquet's roundup of facts, figures and links about the tennis world.

Love -- The picture of the eight participants in the ATP finale isn't nearly as fun as the picture of the eight participants in the WTA finale. It looks like they're having a contest to see who can look the most uncomfortable in a suit. Congratulations, Juan Martin del Potro (second from left). You win.

15 -- The draw for the round-robin stage of the tournament were released Wednesday. Group A: Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Juan Martin del Potro, Fernando Verdasco. Group B: Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Nikolay Davydenko, Robin Soderling. That first group is killer. Maybe that's why del Potro looks so solemn.

30 -- The New York Times Web site features video of an interview with Andre Agassi. Compared to all the other interviews Agassi has given over the past month, it's pretty tame, but kudos to Sam Tanenhaus for asking about the ghostwriter of "Open", J.R. Moehringer. Most of the plaudits for Agassi's autobiography have failed to mention the man who crafted the story.

40 -- Best tennis headline of the week: "Querrey still recovering from one night in Bangkok".

Game -- Roger Federer thinks his pal Thierry Henry shouldn't be vilified for his handball during France's World Cup qualifying win over Ireland. He also believes replay should be used in soccer. Because, as we all know, Roger Federer loves the use of replay in tennis.

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