Rafael Nadal keen to end on a high

Rafael Nadal is hoping that he can clinch the ATP World Tour Finals title for the first time next week.

World number one Rafael Nadal has expressed his desire to win the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London next week.

The Spaniard returned from a knee injury earlier this year to claim the Grand Slam tournaments in France and the USA.

However, he has never claimed the World Tour Finals trophy - something that he is eager to put right this time around.

"The last tournament of the year is important. I have never had the chance to play very well in London. In 2010 I played well - the rest I played really bad. I want to try to change that," he told reporters.

"I was always motivated for this last part of the season, but I was not able to apply it well. I hope this year I can change that situation. I hope to play well here and then we'll see."

To date, Nadal has won 13 Grand Slam titles.

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Rafael Nadal in action against Novak Djokovic during the US Open men's singles final on September 9, 2013
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