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Nadal's unbeaten streak to 15 in Shanghai

13 October 2017, 02:13 | Joan Schultz

Rafael Nadal reached the world number one ranking in August for the first time since July 2014

Rafael Nadal

Nadal has preserved two balls break during his game of knockout, in the fourth game of the second set.

World number one Rafael Nadal breezed into the quarter finals of the Shanghai Masters today.

The two friends headed into a deciding set with Dimitrov in the ascendancy and the pro-Nadal crowd fearing an upset.

And he underlined his status as the man to beat in Shanghai as he battered the Italian Fognini 6-3, 6-1. Nonetheless, he sent a backhand long in game 7 to drop serve again and there was no returning from there since Marin sealed the deal with 2 holds at love to book his place in the semis.

Marin Čilić of Croatia progressed with a 7-6, 6-4 win over American Steve Johnson.

Gutsy Del Potro recovered from a set down to win 3-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4 against rising star Zverev and will play Serbia's Viktor Troicki, after he beat John Isner in the final match of the day.

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"I'm playing Basel and Paris", he said of the event in Federer's home town. "Of course, being able to win the U.S. Open, Beijing, and being in the semifinals here".

Dimitrov raced in to unleash a backhand victor for a break point in the fourth game of the final set, but Nadal thwarted him again and claimed the decisive break to lead 4-2 before sealing yet another win.

"I got to understand also all the things that we were working on".

Cilic was broken for the first time in his 29th service game of the week at 3-3 in the second set by Ramos-Vinolas.

Meanwhile, Roger Federer made light work of Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov, winning 6-4 6-2 to advance to the last eight. You save a little bit more the body.



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