The Hottest Storylines in Men's Tennis for the Week of October 14

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The Hottest Storylines in Men's Tennis for the Week of October 14
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Juan Martin del Potro looks forward to London.

"Racing" is the key word to describe this week's hottest storylines in men's tennis.

As in Race to London.

Rafael Nadal has already qualified for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, and so have Novak Djokovic and David Ferrer. This week Juan Martin del Potro has joined them.

That leaves four more spots.

More importantly, Andy Murray should—but won't—hold one of those spots, so suddenly a few players have new life in their pursuit of a berth.

Richard Gasquet will try to make his way in Russia at the Kremlin Cup. Milos Raonic heads north to Stockholm, Sweden, to look for luck. Finally, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will attempt to go to the bank in Vienna, Austria, and make a good deposit for his chances.

Amid all of this chaos and excitement, one man now stands alone, looking in. His name?

Roger Federer.

Here are the highlights.

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