Roger Federer will be in action later on Wednesday when he takes on Argentinian Diego Schwartzman, who is competing in this tournament for the first time after falling out in the qualifiers during his 2016 debut.
From Friday 13 through Sunday 15 October, Heineken is kicking things up in Found 158 with a takeover with a Heineken pop-up bar in the courtyard featuring top 100 DJs, such as DJ wordy on October 14 and DJ Yves on October 15.
The second seed continued his form in the second set, breaking to love in the first game and eventually closed the set 6-4, cruising to his first win in Shanghai after 2015.
In his first ATP Tour appearance since the US Open, Federer was at his elegant best, showing no signs of the back problems that had hampered him earlier in the year.
Although Goffin's first-serve figures were superior to his opponent's, per Flashscores.com, Simon managed to convert two crucial break points to his foe's none in a match that was decided by the finest of margins. It is abundantly clear that the washroom experience is significant in the overall workplace experience, and critical to provide the feeling of care and comfort to employees. "I came to realise that obviously last year", he said.
"I want to get a picture with Mickey, Pluto the dog, and Daffy Duck", Donaldson said, laughing.
The Spaniard has 9875 points which puts him 2370 clear of Federer. The storyline suggests, and rightly so, that sanitation in India suffers not only from a lack of infrastructure, but is also worsened by a culture that prefers defecating in the open.
Heineken are also transforming the entire city into a tennis-theme party to bring the fun and excitement to tennis-loving fans. 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. He'll next face the explosive Alexandr Dolgopolov who ousted Feliciano Lopez in three sets. I just didn't know where he was going to play.
"I knew Ryan was going to hit a risk or just play a solid point", said Dimitrov.
Dimitrov was pegged back a set by Harrison before winning two in succession-the second via tiebreak-to walk out a 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6) victor.