Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Roger Federer reveals how fearless Andy Murray is after exhibition match

Roger Federer reveals how fearless Andy Murray is after exhibition match

"I can't predict what might happen in the next couple of days, but my feeling is that I'm here to play and to try my best".

Rafael Nadal said on November 10, 2017, he "hopes" to be ready for his opening match at the ATP Finals but admitted he has not been training at 100 per cent after an injury scare.

Although his best performance at a Grand Slam was during Wimbledon this year where he reached the fourth round, the Hamburg-born player has moved up to world number three.

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More than 2,000 Yemenis have died in a cholera outbreak now affecting almost one million people. A number of houses were also reportedly damaged in the strike. "The house has been destroyed".


That stings, and Nadal is still grumbling about the way Federer disarmed his greatest weapon - red clay - by skipping the entirety of the European clay-court season.

Zverev, the youngest qualifier for the season-ender for nine years, appeared to be fading after a dazzling start, but surged back in style to join Federer on top of Boris Becker Group.

More errors had crept into the Zverev game and although the youngster got the help of Hawk-eye to deny Cilic a set point, the Croat soon served out to square the contest. Now there's no more turning back. Dimitrov, who also won his first Masters title in Cincinnati, will be confident he can cause a major upset.

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Sock, who had guranteed a place in the season-ending event for the first time by winning the Paris Open, stepped up offensive in the second set, forcing it into the tiebreak.

The last time a first-timer made it out of the group stage on his debut was Kei Nishikori in 2014. He didn't quite get the better of his 25-year-old opponent's serve again until the second-set tiebreaker, but that was enough to win the match. "Unfortunately, though, at some point we're going to have to say goodbye to someone who has been so great for the game", he added. The Belgian secured his first ATP tour title in three years with victory over Alexandr Dolgopolov at the Shenzhen Open.

The 26-year-old will look to draw on the experience he has gained during recent clashes with the likes of Djokovic, Nadal and Andy Murray when he takes to the court in London.

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Still, it's hard seeing anyone other than the second-seeded Federer lifting the trophy on Sunday. In a lot of ways he wasn't himself at the US Open and leading up to it.

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