The latest Shanghai tournament news:
- Wawrinka Reaches Basel QFs; Del Potro v Nishikori Friday
- Wawrinka will now face improving qualifier Mischa Zverev.
Juan Martin del Potro avenged an earlier loss in Shanghai to David Goffin, turning the tables with a 7-5, 6-3 win over the Belgian.
"I played well in the big moment...
- Del Potro Wins Basel Opener, Faces Goffin; 3 US Open Champions In Action Thursday
- his last six matches.
Goffin, who had a day off today, beat del Potro earlier this month in three sets in Shanghai.
In other first round play, Jack Sock continued his good run beating Adrian Mannarino, Mischa Zverev ouste...
- No. 1 Hopeful Murray Opens Play Wednesday In Vienna Against Klizan; RBA, Pouille Fall
- months and recently has won his last 10 matches and 20 straight sets sweeping the China events in Beijing and Shanghai.
Earlier today, both Roberto Bautista Agut and Lucas Pouille had their hopes for an ATP Finals berth damag...
- Rafael Nadal's 2016 Season Is Over Due To His Left Wrist
- 6 in his return losing back-to-back matches in China to Grigor Dimitrov in Beijing and then Viktor Troicki in Shanghai.
Nadal will finish 2016 ranked No. higher than No. 7 and with just two titles, his fewest during any seaso...
- 8-Week Ban? Nick Kyrgios Got Off Easy
- makes news and people watch him. Heck, in the middle of the football season here in the U.S., Murray winning Shanghai never got a mention while Kyrgios's tanking made the highlights and the blogs.
That said, it's good that t...
- Andy Murray: I Believe I Can Get To No. 1, So I'll Give It My Best Shot
- After his 2-week China sweep of Beijing and Shanghai, Andy Murray stands just 915 ranking points from Novak Djokovic and the rankings race lead for No. 1.
Murray, who's never been No. 1, will play Vienna next week and then th...
- Sorry Nick Kyrgios Responds To 8-Week ATP Suspension, Says He Will Improve His Behavior
- ctions against Nick Kyrgios a step further today. Last week, after the brash Australian tanked his way out of Shanghai, the ATP slapped Kyrgios with a $16,500 fine.
Today, the tour suspended Kyrgios for eight tournament weeks...
- The ATP is Sending Nick Kyrgios to a Psychologist
- r announced to day that Nick Kyrgios has been fined $25,000 for tanking his second-round match at the Masters Shanghai event, and is suspended from ATP events for eight weeks under the rule 'Conduct Contrary to the Integrity of ...