Alexander Zverev and Grigor Dimitrov advance at Shanghai Masters

The British No 2 is struggling with a right knee injury and was forced to retire early

The British No 2 is struggling with a right knee injury and was forced to retire early

After four games and only 13 minutes of play, Alexander Zverev was through at the Shanghai Masters.

Juan Martin del Potro showed his fighting spirit once again as he battled back from a set down to dump world No. 4 Alexander Zverev out of the Shanghai Masters.

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The third-seeded German advanced to the third round Wednesday after Aljaz Bedene retired from their match with a right knee injury while trailing 4-0.

Also on Thursday, Grigor Dimitrov continued to impress as he beat Sam Querrey 6-3 7-6 (7-3).

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And then came the turning point – and the flash of anger from third seed Zverev – as he yielded the crucial service break to go 3-2 down in the third set.

Zverev, who has already secured a berth in the ATP World Tour Finals in London, fired 22 Aces in the match, but couldn't find solutions when his opponent served. “Im a bit pissed off because I feel like I played well and thats the upsetting part of it – I could have done great in this tournament.”.

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At the start of this week in Shanghai, Del Potro was placed 25th in the race to London despite reaching the US Open semi-finals, knocking out Roger Federer at the quarter-final stage. I said to me, Okay, you're playing good. "I had - you know, the game that he broke me, I was up 40-15 or 40-Love on my serve".

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