After Serbia's 2-1 win against the Blues, Novak Djokovic returned to his match against Benoît Paire, who qualified his team for the quarter-finals. While congratulating his teammate Filip Krajinovic, scorer of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Sébastien Grosjean, captain of the Blues, after the defeat of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga against Filip Krajinovic : "Pair is motivated like all players, he is excited to play this game. It's an eighth final for us. We will have to create the exploit, it is a big challenge for us but we are ready. We will have to motivate the troops and go to battle. "
Sunday winner of the Masters in London, Stefanos Tsitsipas explains that he left the social networks and is doing better …
In an interview, the uncle and former coach of Rafael Nadal gave his opinion on who is the best player in the history of tennis according to him.
After winning the match against Tsitsipas, Rafael Nadal was awarded the world's number 1 trophy. A reward that the Spanish did not think to get to 33 years and a half and after several injuries.
Roger Federer after his victory against Novak Djokovic at the London Masters : "It was a good day for tennis. I do not say that because I beat Novak. But the place of No. 1 depended in part on this meeting. Whether Novak and Rafa, they are in front of me in the standings. They deserve to be. But I'm happy to have beaten them both this year. "
Novak Djokovic was eliminated from the Masters at the end of the season after his two-set defeat to Roger Federer on Thursday night. Present in front of the media at the end of the meeting, the Serb returned to the performance of his opponent: "He was the best player in all aspects and he completely deserved his victory. He served very well, he was moving well, he was doing well, he did everything right. I played too neutral, I could not serve well "
After his victory in front of the Russian Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas perfectly chained this Wednesday night. A quiet success in two sets against Alexander Zverev, 6-3, 6-2. A result that qualifies the Greek for the semifinals, for his first participation. For second place qualifying, everything remains possible between Nadal, Medvedev and Zverev, who will play their last meeting Friday.
For their second meeting of the London Masters, the French pair defeated Germans Krawietz and Mies in two sets, 7-5, 7-6. This is their second win after the opening match against world number one Cabal and Farah. With these two successes, Mahut and Herbert are guaranteed to participate in the semifinals of the Masters, and will try, as last year, to reach the final.
Handicapped by many Achilles tendon injuries in recent years, Dominika Cibulkova announced on Tuesday that she was ending her career. She had played her last official match at Roland Garros, with a loss to Sabalenka. Aged 30, the Slovakian has won 8 titles in all her career, including the Masters in 2016. She was world number 4 the same year, and finalist of the Australian Open in 2014.