New world number one Novak Djokovic sets personal record at Paris Masters

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"I served better than him at important moments".

He beat Djokovic here at the equivalent stage two years ago and also at this year's Queen's final before Wimbledon. "And I really don't want that", he added.

Tournament organisers in Paris announced on Wednesday that Nadal had pulled out due to an abdominal strain.

Khachanov, who won the Kremlin Cup in Moscow last month, did not face a break point in the 2 1/2-hour match.

But when the new rankings are released on Monday, it will be Djokovic's name at the top for the first time since October 2016. Djokovic was in total control and did not face a break point, breaking Dzumhur's serve three times.

Djokovic is to next square off against Croatian Marin Cilic, who defeated Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria 7-6 (7-5), 6-4 in the round-of-16. He leads the Italian 3-0 in matchups.

The first round of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Paris Masters took place today with a number of participants setting up second round matches against the tournament's top seeds.

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"I have to figure out how to play Roger again, but I think I've been playing well the last couple of weeks so hopefully I can bring that again tomorrow", Nishikori said. It would not be fair for me to go on the court knowing that it will not be possible to play the full tournament.

"My objective is London", said Federer as he looked beyond the French capital to the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals which start on November 11. "It wouldn't have been good for me nor anyone to return to the court knowing that I wouldn't be able to play my best". "As long as I don't feel like I'm taking a chance on my health prior to London, that's the key as well". "It is going to be a great match".

"I was a bit bumpy". "I would love to be in London, of course", said Nadal, who will wait on making a decision on his participation at the season finale. I did win, so I had the mike, I could talk to the public.

Federer moved within 10 titles of Jimmy Connors all-time singles record.

"It's out of my hands", Barty said in her post-match press conference. "I needed an extra day and this is what I got".

Gilles Simon was the only one of six Frenchmen to advance on Tuesday, defeating compatriot Lucas Pouille 6-3, 6-4, with Pierre-Hugues Herbert and qualifier Benoit Paire losing to Mikhail Kukushkin and Marton Fucsovics respectively.

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