Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are only one win away from the 39th meeting of their careers – but the world’s top two were made to work hard before booking their places in the semi-finals of the Shanghai Rolex Masters here yesterday.
Spaniard suffers first hard-court defeat of the year in Beijing
It would be a remarkable return for the Spaniard
The British number one is not expected to play again this season
Victoria Azarenka took the women's title in the US Open warm-up event
Andy Murray and Colin Fleming have failed in their attempt to become the first Britons to win a Masters Series doubles title, but the Scots could still take pride in a remarkable week's work in Montreal. For both men it has been excellent preparation for the US Open, which begins in a fortnight's time.
Last summer's Olympic Games provided Andy Murray with some of the best moments of his career, but his second-round match here against Lu Yen-hsun, of Chinese Taipei, will be a reminder of a more painful Olympic experience.
Australian sees of Sam Querrey over five sets
Rafael Nadal won his fifth title this year to continue his run of good form at the Madrid Masters
Andy Murray believes that Dan Evans, one of the heroes of Britain's recent Davis Cup triumph over Russia, needs to become physically stronger and to broaden his horizons if he is to realise his potential.
Spaniard shares lead at Augusta after first day
Northern Ireland golfer lets tennis star hit tee shot during pre-tournament competition
Scot takes five weeks off from competition to work with Lendl after Australian final defeat
Executive chairman and president of the Association of Tennis Professionals to step down
Andy Murray is back where he kicked off his breakthrough 2012 season and his working partnership with Ivan Lendl, only one win away from successfully defending his title at the Brisbane International.
The ATP has criticised the United States Tennis Association's decision to extend the US Open by a day next year and hold a Monday men's singles final.