There is a strange symmetry to Paris and London; despite the natives’ protests, the two cities are strangely similar in size and attitude, although London is more reflective of global culture than Paris’ more quintessentially French outlook.
The second day of the World Tour finals boasted a quite remarkable line-up as the draw pitched Rafael Nadal against David Ferrer, while Novak Djokovic faced Roger Federer – exactly the same as the Paris Masters semi-finals in Bercy last week.
There was no symmetry on court across the channel, though. Ferrer won in Paris but he was hammered in London.
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