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Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal made no mistakes in Shanghai opener Video

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal made no mistakes in Shanghai opener Video

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Dimitrov, who had never before won a Shanghai Rolex Masters second round match, had to escape three match points in the third set tiebreaker before posting a 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (5) win in two hours, 33 minutes. The C.H.E.S.S.* program is built on 5 pillars: Cleanliness, Hygiene, Efficiency, Sustainability and Satisfaction that assist facility managers to effectively identify specific areas for improvement.

For Nadal is another hard court win after winning the title last week at China Open in Beijing while Roger Federer had to deal with the expectations and the unknown factor given the fact that he was playing his first ATP official rubber since the 2017 US Open.

'Was a very quick match in all aspects', said Nadal, who has not been losing any match since Cincinnati quarter-finals to Kyrgios. 'I think Jared started playing very well at the beginning, serving big, and then hitting very strong from the baseline.

World number one Rafael Nadal said on Tuesday he savours each victory more than ever after returning to peak form this year following a succession of injuries.

"Of course it is not the positive thing, because it's better don't have injuries. Overall I'm very happy, it's a great first match for me".

A tie-break ensued and it was Federer who prevailed, Schwartzman's ire growing by the point as calls continued to go against him. A typical office worker visits the washroom three to four times a day, as compared to an office lobby which is visited twice a day.

There are 1000 points available for the winner in Shanghai.

Coming on the back of China Open triumph, the Spanish maestro will aim to continue his winning streak heading into the business end of the tournament in Shanghai. With many predicting players like Germany's Alexander Zverev to become the sport's next dominant players, Federer and Nadal aren't done yet.

Starting the year ranked a relatively lowly 17th in the world, Federer beat Nadal in the Australian Open final in January and then won a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon in July without dropping a set. If he gets past Dolgopolov, Federer will face either Richard Gasquet or Gilles Simon.