Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Suffering Zverev tames Beijing champ to reach Shanghai last 16

Suffering Zverev tames Beijing champ to reach Shanghai last 16

Zverev, 21, was clearly delighted to win the point, which helped him on route to victory and the third round of the Shanghai Masters, as he continues on his journey of becoming one of the very best tennis stars in the world.

China Open champion Nikoloz Basilashvili is having a career year on the ATP World Tour.

In addition, the German had the advantage in the shortest, mid-range and the longest rallies to earn his win fair and square and advance into the 10th Masters 1000 quarter-final.

During the match, Zverev ran towards the front court and hit a backhand victor upon which he let off an intense roar and a fist pump celebration.

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The fourth-seeded Zverev was also struggling with a cold, but he beat Basilashvili 7-5, 6-4. Basilashvili had just won Beijing for his second career ATP title and dismissed Denis Shapovalov in his Shanghai opener before running into Zverev. "It's going to be interesting, it's going to be another fun match hopefully and I'm looking forward to tomorrow", concluded the German.

"I played an opponent who has a lot of confidence", Zverev said. He defeats the tournament's top seed Juan Martin del Potro in the finals, winning in straight sets 6-4 6-4.

Zverev is playing in Shanghai without his coach, Ivan Lendl, who was in Beijing last week.

"I played a solid match". Image sourceThough I do feel bad for the poor boy, I've got to admit this clip made me laugh. "I did everything that I needed to win", said Zverev.

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