Good news for the British tennis fans. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will be all together playing an exhibition match in London, on the 7th of November at the 02 Arena, right before the start of the Barclays ATP World Tour finals.
The three players will play together to raise money for the research against male's cancer. The event will be called "one for the boys" and will see the top three players in the men's rankings, as they all already booked a place for the year ending championships in England.
Chris Kermode, president of the ATP, revealed: "Every year our event adds greater futures, becoming spearhead for the ATP World Tour. The tournament will start in great fashion, giving the fans a chance to see all the best players in action. It really will be a special event".
Roger Federer is one of the first stars to talk about the event, saying: "I can't wait to be there, it will be a great night. It always is a pleasure to play for a good cause".
Since 2011 the ATP World Tour Finals together with Moet & Chandon raised a total of $1.2 million for cancer research. A tradition that will not stop here. What will they have ready for 2015?