ATP World Tour Awards: Federer scoops three gongs as Nadal claims top spot – who else won?
The 2017 ATP Awards were handed out during a star-studded ceremony at the Tower of London last night, with Roger Federer picking up a trio of trophies.
The Swiss legend was voted Comeback Player of the Year and also scooped the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award and the ATPWorldTour.com Singles Fans’ Favourite.
However Federer was beaten to the No 1 spot by Rafael Nadal, who will receive his trophy during the opening session of the Tour Finals at the O2 this weekend.
Scroll through the gallery above to see who else picked up trophies during the ATP World Tour end-of-season awards ceremony.
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