Federer reveals he rejected invite for controversial Saudi exhibition match Roger Federer has revealed he turned down a reported $1 million offer to appear in a controversial exhibition match in Saudi Arabia in December, where fellow tennis stars Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are considering playing.
"I am very close to London, to securing my spot mathematically", said Cilic, who is part of the Croatia team facing France in the Davis Cup final at the end of this month.
He will now face Marin Cilic after the Croat beat Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov. "It's unfortunate that we are both drawn into this right now", Djokovic said.
Stephens and Bertens march into semis
Svitolina has looked on a mission at the WTA Finals in an effort to make amends for a lacklustre early exit a year ago . Next year the tournament will be happening in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.
Calling a halt in play, Djokovic went over to the struggling fan while gesturing to the umpire, as Sousa also held up his racket in a signal to stop.
Instead, Federer received a walk-over into the third round, where he will face Fabio Fognini on Thursday. Rafa is in the race.
Nadal's place in the second round was given to Malek Jaziri who lost in the final qualifying round on Sunday.
"The last few days I start to feel a little bit the abdominal, especially when I was serving", the Spaniard said.
Nadal's withdrawal could put his participation at the ATP Tour Finals in London in doubt.
Mother reunited wth son abducted by father 31 years ago
They agreed to work together to find Mann and his son, believing that Mann had entered the US illegally after taking the baby. Mann was living in Vernon, Conn. with his son who was born as Jermaine Mann but was unknowingly using a fake name in the U.S.
Dimitrov, who won the ATP Finals last year, will finish the season 19th in the rankings in 2018, while Cilic requires one more victory to qualify for this year's event in London. "(It will be) great to play him again".
"Against Novak, it will be another big challenge".
Ninth seed Barty broke Garcia once in each set to win the round-robin tie 6-3, 6-4 in one hour and 16 minutes. Nothing is said at the moment but we're just still trying to figure how we're going to make the schedule.
Isner's United States compatriot Jack Sock, who's the defending Paris Masters champion, also advanced with a 6-0 6-4 triumph over Malek Jaziri.
Leicester open book of condolence for Srivaddhanaprabha
Numerous players posted social media tributes to a man they had affectionately referred to as " the boss ". Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, the Algerian confirmed the gesture was for his former chairman.