Roger Federer kept up his indoor supremacy over top-ranked Rafael Nadal as he won the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals event for the 5th time in his career on Sunday.

Nadal held a 14-7 career record over his longtime rival before the final, but the Spaniard slumped to his 3rd successive indoor defeat to the Swiss player regardless of battling back strongly in the second set in London.

Federer claimed his 66th career title and the $1.63 million first prize with a 6-3 3-6 6-1 success in the tournament's 1st final played among the world's top-two players in 24 years.

Both players went into the match on the back of four successive victories, with Federer not having lost a set.


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