Murray has the highest win percentage on the tour this year and, having followed in the footsteps of Tim Henman (2003) and Greg Rudedski (1998) with victory at the Paris Masters earlier in November, he’s now attempting to become the first Brit in history to win the ATP World Tour Finals. A “Group of Death” stands in his way — with world No.3 Stan Wawrinka having won seven of his 16 matches against Murray in his career. But, in the midst of a 19-match winning streak, Murray won’t want to concede the world No.1 spot any time soon.
• Titles in 2016: 8 – Wimbledon, Olympics, Queen’s Club, Paris Masters, Rome Masters, China Open, Shanghai Masters, Vienna Open
• Aces in 2016: 527
• Win percentage in 2016: 89% — highest of the eight contenders