World Tour Finals draw sets up three Grand Slam final rematches

The draw for next week's ATP World Tour Finals was announced on Tuesday morning, with the eight qualifying players getting divided into two round-robin groups. By virtue of the draw, fans will be treated to three Grand Slam final rematches in the opening days of the tournament.

In Group A, Rafael Nadal will face Novak Djokovic in a replay of September's U.S. Open final. Rafa will also see Tomas Berdych, the man he defeated to win Wimbledon, during the round robin. In Group B, Roger Federer will continue his rivalry with hometown favorite Andy Murray. Federer defeated the Brit in the finals of the Australian Open in February, but lost his next two matches to Murray. In their careers, Murray holds an 8-5 overall lead.

Each player in the group will play one another, with the top two players in each advancing to the semifinals.

The groupings:

Group A

Rafael Nadal

Novak Djokovic

Tomas Berdych

Andy Roddick

Group B

Roger Federer

Robin Soderling

Andy Murray

David Ferrer

The OOP for the first two days of competition (all times GMT. Subtract five hours for ET):

Busted Racquet will preview the tournament later this week.

What to Read Next