Murray and Djokovic to clash in London

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Updated: November 7, 2012

The focus returns to Group A on Wednesday when US Open champion Andy Murray and world No 1 Novak Djokovic, who both won their opening matches, meet in a highly anticipated showdown. Jo Wilfred Tsonga and Tomas Berdych also go head to head in the other game in Group A.

The Murray and Djokovic rivalry has stolen the headlines on the Tour for most of the season as the pair have faced off on 6 occasions in 2012, including the US Open final. In all their rivalry dating back to 2006, featuring 16 matches, Djokovic has won 9. More poignantly this year its 3 apiece, however Murray will know that he can upset the Serb in the big matches following his thrilling win in the US Open.

In the days other game, Tomas Berdych will feel he has the edge over Tsonga having beaten the Frenchman on 4 of their previous 6 meetings. Both lost their opening matches so to stand any chance of qualification a win is imperative.

Djokovic 5/7 v Murray 11/10

Berdych 5/8 v Tsonga 5/4