13 Nov 2020: ATP Finals: All that you need to know
Meanwhile, world number one Novak Djokovic will face Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Diego Schwartzman in the group stages of the final edition of the tournament in London.
Here are further details.
Groups: Eight players have been divided into two groups
The draw for the 2020 edition of the ATP Finals has been decided, with the eight players divided into two groups - Group Tokyo 1970 and Group London 2020.
Nadal appears to have the harder route to the semi-finals with Andrey Rublev completing the Tokyo 1970 group alongside Tsitsipas and the winners of the last two Grand Slams.
Djokovic: Group Tokyo 1970: Djokovic aiming to win a sixth honor
Djokovic last won the ATP Finals trophy five years back. The five-time winner is hoping to extend his record and breaking the jinx.
In terms of head-to-head meetings against Medmedev, Zverev and Schwartzman, the Serb has a tally of 4-2, 3-2 and 5-0 respectively.
With six ATP Finals crown, Djokovic can equal the feat of Roger Federer.
Fact: Can Zverev stand tall?
2018 ATP Finals champion Alexander Zverev is appearing at the season-ending event for the fourth consecutive year. Notably, this is the first time he is coming in as a Slam finalist though; Zverev reached the finale at the US Open earlier this year.
Nadal: Group London 2020: Can Nadal win maiden ATP Finals trophy?
Spaniard Rafa has gone empty-handed at the season-ending tournament ever since his debut back in 2005.
The 2020 French Open winner has come close to winning the title on several occasions, having finished runner-up to Federer in 2010 and to Djokovic in 2013.
Nadal leads Tsitsipas and Rublev 5-1 and 1-0 respectively in the head-to-head, and his biggest test will be against Thiem.
Fact: ATP Finals to be held from November 15 to 22
The season-ending ATP Finals, which is scheduled to take place from November 15 to 22, will be held behind closed doors in London's O2 Arena. It will be the 51st edition of the tournament. Tsitsipas is the defending champion of the tournament.