ROLEX PARIS MASTERS From October 27th to November 4th 2018

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

The morning news: so you don’t miss a thing this Wednesday!

Your daily guide to everything that’s happening at the Rolex Paris Masters

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

Rafa has to withdraw with injury

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

Horrid halloween for French fans

Gilles Simon’s defeat by Dominic Thiem ended a miserable day of three defeats for the host nation at the Rolex Paris Masters

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

The Agassi effect makes Dimitrov shine

Grigor Dimitrov was full of praise for his “amazing” new coaching consultant Andre Agassi after his win over Robert Bautista-Agut

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

Djokovic is “numéro un” again!

Novak Djokovic will become the world No.1 for the fourth time in his dazzling career following Rafa Nadal’s withdrawal from the Rolex Paris Masters

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10/31/2018
Ian Chadband

Champion Jack socks it to Gasquet

The Rolex Paris Masters champion Jack Sock made a fine start to the defence of the title he won so surprisingly 12 months ago

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10/30/2018
Ian Chadband

Les news du matin : so you don’t miss a thing this Tuesday!

Your daily guide to everything that’s happening at the Rolex Paris Masters

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10/30/2018
Elodie Iriart

Paris and the Rolex Paris Masters, a symbiotic relationship

We reveal the secrets of a quintessential Parisian neighbourhood that is in a constant state of flux, steeped in the present and very much looking to the future.

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10/30/2018
Ian Chadband

Verdasco has Rafa in sight

Fernando Verdasco defeated home hope Jeremy Chardy in straight sets and will next face world No.1 Rafa Nadal

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10/30/2018
Ian Chadband

Roger: I’m going for 100 in Paris!

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10/30/2018
Ian Chadband

Raonic tames Jo.… Next stop, Federer!

Milos Raonic broke Parisian hearts by outlasting home favourite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to set up a clash with Roger Federer

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10/30/2018
Ian Chadband

Djokovic clears first hurdle on road to No.1

Novak Djokovic was not at his best but was still far too good for Joao Sousa as he launched his bid for a fifth RPM title

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