ANDY Murray insisted the world No 1 spot wasn't on his mind as he prepared to take on Roberto Bautista Agut in today's Shanghai Masters final. He wins his third Shanghai Rolex Masters championship, tying Novak Djokovic for the most Shanghai crowns. Equilibrio Informativo, 2 days ago
The 29-year old Glasgow native now has a 4-4 win-loss record in championship matches. "I have never had success like I have had the last few months in my career, so to keep that going, I'm aware it's going to be a hard thing to do", reported the ...Equilibrio Informativo, 4 days ago
| While Canberra's Nick Kyrgios continues to grab headlines a number of emerging Australian players will descend on the capital for the Canberra International next week. And although the gap between Kyrgios and his compatriots at this level is ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Jo Konta's bid to qualify for the WTA Finals for the first time took a huge blow when she pulled out of the Hong Kong Open with a stomach injury. The British No 1 had broken into the top eight for the first time by reaching the final of the China ...Irish Mirror, 1 week ago
Meanwhile, 19th-ranked Svitolina beat Kerber - who ascended to the top of the rankings at the US Open, the same week she also claimed her second Grand Slam crown - with a 6-3, 7-5 win. "If I think too much, I lose my way", she added. She is left ...Equilibrio Informativo, 2 weeks ago
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