The 38-year-old won four titles in 2019, including the Miami Masters, winning for the 10th time in both Halle and Basel and reaching the semi-finals at the French Open.
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Federer wasted three break points when Tsitsipas served at 4-2 then lost out in a marathon 13-minute ninth game as Tsitsipas served for the first set.
The reason Nadal was knocked out was because Daniil Medvedev was unable to prevent Alexander Zverev from winning with the German prevailing in two tight sets in a match with only two break point chances throughout.
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They told me what they think is going to happen.
That still won't be enough, though, if Alexander Zverev beats Medvedev in the last match of the group phase.
He finished that match with five unforced errors - including two double-faults - but had 26 in this match.
"But, you know, I'm happy how I played this season, and I'm extremely excited for next season". "I don't know what people like", Tsitsipas said.
He also reached the Australian Open final and the semis at Wimbledon, all in a year in which his confidence hit rock bottom after some shock defeats on the European clay.
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But he produced a performance of astonishing grit to recover from 5-1 and match point down against Daniil Medvedev and saw off Stefanos Tsitsipas in three sets on Friday.
Djokovic's chances of overtaking him ended when he was eliminated with the loss to Federer. I was struggling as a child with fear of rejection, so I was never really able to open up and say what I feel.
It meant no fairytale end to the season for Federer, who now has 103 singles titles in his long and illustrious career - just six behind all-time record holder Jimmy Connors.
"But the thing is when I've been playing, I've been playing very well". Pete Sampras did it six times.
But there was no denying the 33-year-old Spaniard deserved the ATP year-end number one trophy - even though it was longtime rival Roger Federer's sublime win over Novak Djokovic the previous night that actually put it into his arms.
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At 21, Tsitsipas is the youngest of the four semi-finalists but, although this is his first time in the ATP Finals, he is arguably playing better than anybody else in the tournament.