The Mubadala Tennis Championship returns at the end of December with six of the world’s finest players battling it out in Abu Dhabi.
Nadal and Djokovic get byes to the semi-finals and the quarters will see Pablo Carreno Busta take on Stan Wawrinka whilst Dominic Thiem faces Milos Raonic.
The tournament is an exhibition, but there is plenty on the line with the six players competing for $250,000 (£187,000).
The first two matches are being played on Thursday, December 2017, with Wawrinka vs Carreno Busta on at 5pm (local time) and Thiem vs Raonic following at 7pm.
Then, on December 29 it will be Nadal vs the winner of Wawrinka vs Carreno Busta and Djokovic facing either Thiem or Raonic.
The afternoon on the Friday will begin with a fifth place play-off between the two losing quarter-finalists.
On Saturday, December 30, there will be a third place play-off at 5pm, followed by the final at 7pm.
Nadal – 11/8
Djokovic – 13/8
Wawrinka – 11/2
Raonic – 6/1
Thiem – 12/1
Carreno Busta – 18/1
Odds courtesy of Betfair
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