Andy Murray will go head-to-head with six-time champion Roger Federer at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
Despite that, the British number one looks to have been given a kind draw as he was matched with Federer, Kei Nishikori and Milos Raonic in Group B, with the latter two competitors playing in the season-ending tournament for the first time.
Murray avoided world number one Djokovic, who has beaten Murray on the four occasions they have played each other this year.
Djokovic will face Stan Wawrinka, Tomas Berdych and Marin Cilic in Group A.
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Swiss tennis player Roger Federer has been beaten by Spain's Tommy Robredo in the fourth round of the US Open tournament in New York.
In a stunning upset, Robredo won in straight sets: 7-6(3) 6-3 6-4
Roger Federer, who played his first Wimbledon in 1999, said he would be playing at the Championships for "many more years to come."
#Federer: "Looking forward to next year, that I can do better here next year. I still have plans to play for many more years to come."
#Federer: "He was uncomfortable to play against. He served and volleyed really well. I think he did really well. I struggled on big points."
Asked how he beat seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer, Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky said: "I don't know. Magic. I couldn't have played any better today. I played everything I needed. I played everything I wanted."
Defending champion Roger Federer lost 6-7 (5/7) 7-6 (7/5) 7-5 7-6 (7/5) to Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky, ranked 116th in the world, in the second round at Wimbledon, ending a run of 36 consecutive grand slam quarter-final appearances by the Swiss player.
Number three seed and seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer crashed out of the tournament losing a tie-break in the fourth set to Sergiy Stakhovsky in the second round.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Roger Federer swiftly beat Romanian Victor Hanescu 6-3, 6-2, 6-0 to book his place in the second round of the competition.
The seven time champion took just 69 minutes to continue his pursuit of a record 8th Wimbledon title.
Roger Federer believes Andy Murray poses the greatest threat ahead of Wimbledon.
Federer said at a news conference: "I thought Andy was going to win a big one anyway at some point. He's too good to always keep losing semis and finals.
"Now he's the favourite every tournament he goes into around the world".
"To me, Andy sort of stands out a little bit over the others", he added.