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Shanghai Monday Briefing

Roddick© Getty ImagesTenth seed Andy Roddick faces qualifier Yen-Hsun Lu in the first round on Monday.

Five former Top 10 players are among the eight ATP World Tour stars taking Stadium court on Day 2 of the Shanghai Rolex Masters, the second-to-last ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the year.

First up is Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis against Argentine wild card David Nalbandian, an all-unseeded match-up. Neither man has ever won a match at this event - Gulbis is 0-2 here, while Nalbandian is making his tournament debut although the Argentine captured the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup title here in 2005 (d. Federer in five sets). While Gulbis is the higher-ranked player of the two, Nalbandian has been to far higher heights - Gulbis’ career-high is No. 21, Nalbandian’s is No. 3 (and he does have two Masters 1000 titles to his name, both in the fall season, at Paris and Madrid in 2007). Nalbandian won their only previous meeting, although it was a two-hour, 39-minute marathon.

Next up is No. 10 seed Andy Roddick against Chinese Taipei’s Yen-Hsun Lu, who qualified into the main draw. After some strong results to finish up the summer hard court season - semi-finals at Winston-Salem, quarter-finals of US Open - Roddick had a difficult start to the fall last week, falling in the first round in Beijing. He hasn’t had the best of luck here in Shanghai either - he has had to retire from his second round matches in his two previous appearances. This could be a tricky match for him as Lu won their most recent meeting at Wimbledon last year - however it took Lu  more than four and a half hours to pull it off, and Roddick won all three of their other career meetings in straight sets.

Next up is No. 16 seed Fernando Verdasco against Chinese wild card Li Zhe. Though Verdasco has fallen down the rankings somewhat this year, the Spaniard’s form has been on the up again, and just last week he reached his seventh ATP World Tour quarter-final of the season in Beijing. Verdasco is ranked No. 24 and he’s reached three ATP World Tour finals this season.  Li, at No. 358, is China’s No. 2 player and last week in Beijing he lost in the first round to Chinese No. 1 Zhang Ze, 61 63.

Last up is top Russian Mikhail Youzhny against Spain’s Juan Carlos Ferrero, both former Top 10 players (and Ferrero a former No. 1). While Youzhny is currently the higher-ranked player (No. 34 to No. 84), Ferrero has the momentum in their head-to-head series - not only did he win their only prior hard court meeting as well as their most recent meeting, he leads the overall series, 3-1. The two players both lost their only previous matches here in Shanghai (Ferrero in 2009, Youzhny in 2010) but are in good form after both reaching the quarter-finals just last week in Beijing.

There’s also four matches on Grandstand, leading off with the top players from South Africa, Kevin Anderson, and Australia, Bernard Tomic. Anderson is ranked a career-high No. 30 this week after reaching the quarter-finals in Beijing while Tomic is a personal-best No. 49 after his quarter-final showing in Tokyo.

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BATTLE FOR LONDON -- There are four positions remaining for the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. Here are the updated 2011 ranking points leaders as of Monday:  Bold indicates qualified
                                 2011 Points
1 Novak Djokovic       13,295   9 Nicolas Almagro          2,280
2 Rafael Nadal            9,410    10 Robin Soderling         2,080
3 Andy Murray            6,200    11 Gilles Simon              2,065
4 Roger Federer         5,185    12 Juan Martin del Potro  2,050
5 David Ferrer               3,700    13 Janko Tipsarevic         2,030
6 Mardy Fish                 2,865    14 Gael Monfils               1,765
7 Tomas Berdych           2,850    15 Richard Gasquet         1,675
8 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga      2,780    16 Alexandr Dolgopolov  1,655  


Stadium Court

Ernests Gulbis (LAT) vs (WC) David Nalbandian (ARG) Nalbandian Leads 1-0
08 ATP Masters Series Indian Wells  Hard R64 David Nalbandian 6-4 4-6 7-6(4)




Age (Birthdate)

23 (August 30, 1988)

29 (January 1, 1982)


Jurmala, Latvia

Cordoba, Argentina

ATP Ranking (Career-High)

No. 51 (No. 21 – February 7,2011)

No. 57 (No. 3 – March 20, 2006)

2011 W-L Record (on Hard)

18-19 (15-13)

19-11 (11-7)

2011 Finals W-L



Career Finals W-L



Last ATP Final/Last ATP Title

’11 Los Angeles/’11 Los Angeles

‘11 Auckland/’10 Washington

2011 Tie-Break W-L



Shanghai W-L (Best Result)

0-2 (1st Rd. – 2009-10)

First Tournament Appearance


 Guillermo Canas



Tournament Highlights:
• The 23-year-old Latvian is looking for his first win in three appearances...Two years ago he lost to Fabio Fognini 76 63 and last year to Richard Gasquet 61 64

2011 Highlights:
W: Los Angeles (d Fish); SF: Sydney (l Simon); QF: Doha (l Nadal); Nice (l Berdych)

2011 in Review:
• The Latvian native enters with an 18-19 match record on the season (15-13 on hard) and on July 31 he captured his second career ATP World Tour title in Los Angeles, defeating No. 9 Mardy Fish in final …Also defeated No. 19 Juan Martin del Potro in the QFs…Afterwards, climbed from No. 84 to No. 55
• Prior to LA, had a five-match losing streak and his previous best result this year came in the second week of the season in Sydney where he reached the semi-finals (l. to eventual champ Simon)…Also a quarter-finalist in Doha in first week (l. to Nadal) and in Nice in May (l. to Berdych)
• He reached a career-high No. 21 on February 7 before dropping to No. 85 on May 16
• Working with another former Argentine player, Guillermo Canas (after working with Hernan Gumy)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a 26-25 career mark and his best result is the semi-finals in Rome in May 2010 (d. No. 1 Federer in 2nd Rd., l. to Nadal in three sets)…Also quarter-finalist in Cincinnati in 2008 and Madrid last year


Tournament Highlights:
• The Argentine is making his main draw debut...In 2005 when the Tennis Masters Cup was held
here, the Cordoba native captured the title, defeating Roger Federer in five sets (from two sets down)

2011 Highlights:
F: Auckland (l Ferrer); QF: Buenos Aires (l Robredo); Tokyo (l Murray)

2011 in Review:
• The 29-year-old Argentine is coming off his third ATP World Tour quarter-final of the season in Tokyo last week as he lost to eventual champion Andy Murray 64 75
• He enters with a 19-11 match record (11-7 on hard) with his best result coming in the second week of January in Auckland where he reached his 22nd career final (l. to Ferrer)…Has an 11-11 finals mark
• In September, reached third round at US Open (l. to Nadal) and helped lead Argentina into Davis Cup final (vs. Spain) by defeating Serbia’s Viktor Troicki in opening rubber in Belgrade
• In February, advanced to the quarter-finals in Buenos Aires (l. to Robredo)…Played two clay court tournaments, Santiago (2nd Rd., l. to Zeballos) and Buenos Aires (QF,  l. to Robredo) and played in first round Davis Cup tie vs. Romania, won opening rubber
• Suffered an abductor injury and missed three months of action before returning in June for grass circuit
• Then withdrew from Indian Wells and Miami and entire European clay court circuit, missing three months before returning on grass at the Queen’s Club in London (3rd Rd., l. to Verdasco) and Wimbledon (3rd Rd., l. to Federer)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• He has a 105-60 career match record with a 2-4 mark in finals, winning back-to-back ATP Masters 1000 titles in 2007 in Madrid (d. Federer) and Paris (d. Nadal)…Between both tournaments, he defeated six Top 10 opponents
• He reached finals in Montreal in 2003, Rome and Madrid in 2004 and Paris in 2008

(10) Andy Roddick (USA) vs (Q) Yen-Hsun Lu (TPE) Roddick Leads 3-1
07 Memphis (U.S.A.) Hard QF Andy Roddick 6-4 7-6(7)
10 Memphis (U.S.A.) Hard R16 Andy Roddick 7-6(2) 6-4
10 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells Hard R64 Andy Roddick 6-4 6-4
10 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass R16 Yen-Hsun Lu 4-6 7-6(3)7-6(4) 6-7(5) 9-7




Age (Birthdate)

29 (August 30, 1982)

28 (August 14, 1983)


Austin, Texas

Taipei, Chinese Taipei

ATP Ranking (Career-High)

No. 15 (No. 1 – Nov. 3, 2003)

No. 74 (No.33 – Nov. 10, 2010)

2011 W-L Record (on Hard)

28-13 (21-9)

12-20 (8-14)

2011 Finals W-L



Career Finals W-L



Last ATP Final/Last ATP Title

’11 Memphis/’11 Memphis

Never Reached ATP Final

2011 Tie-Break W-L



Shanghai W-L (Best Result)

1-2 (2nd Rd. – 2009,bye-10)

1-1 (2nd Rd. – 2010)


Larry Stefanki

Dirk Hordorff


Tournament Highlights:
• The 29-year-old American is making his third straight tournament appearance
• Two years ago he came in ranked No. 6 and he retired with a left knee injury in his opening round match (after bye) against Stanislas Wawrinka at 4-3 in the first set on Oct. 13
• Last year he was No. 11 and defeated German Philipp Kohlschreiber, who retired in the second set and then retired leading 63 2-3 vs. Spaniard Guillermo Garcia-Lopez due to a right groin injury in 2nd Rd.

2011 Highlights:
W: Memphis (d Raonic); F: Brisbane (l Soderling); SF: London / Queen's Club (l Murray); Winston-Salem (l Isner); QF: US Open (l Nadal)
2011 in Review:
• The Austin, Texas, resident comes with a 28-13 match record on the season (21-9 on hard) and he’s reached the quarter-finals or better in five tournaments, including the US Open last month (d. Ferrer, l. to Nadal)…He also was a semi-finalist at Queen’s Club (l. to Murray) and Winston-Salem (l. to Isner)
• In August in Cincinnati, he lost in the first round to Kohlschreiber and prior to that, he played July 8 in  Davis Cup quarter-final  vs. Spain in Austin and lost to No. 6 Ferrer in second rubber in straight sets (76 75 63)…One week before US Open, he ranked No. 21 for the first time outside the Top 20 since August 2001 at No. 30 and this week is No. 15
• He was sidelined with an abdominal injury and withdrew from tournaments in Washington and Montreal
• Prior to Wimbledon, reached the semi-finals at the Queen’s Club in London (l. to No. 4 Murray) and broke a three-match opening round losing streak, which started in Miami (after bye) on Mar. 26 to Pablo Cuevas 64 76(4) …Afterwards, as defending champ, fell from No. 8 to No. 14 on Apr. 5…Then lost in first round in Madrid (l. to Cipolla) and Rome (l. to Simon)
• In March, won pair of first round Davis Cup matches in Chile (d. Massu, Capdeville, both in four sets) and advanced to fourth round at Indian Wells (l. to Gasquet)
• In February, he won his 30th career title on the ATP World Tour in Memphis (d. Raonic 75 in third set)… He and Federer are the only active players to win a title for 11 straight years
• He opened the season by reaching the final in Brisbane (l. to Soderling) and then followed with a 4th Rd. showing at the Australian Open (l. to Wawrinka)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a career record of 150-65 since playing his first Masters 1000 tournament in Miami (falling second round to Agassi) in 2000…Owns a 5-4 in finals, winning his last Masters 1000 title in Miami last year (d. Berdych)…His other titles have come in Cincinnati in 2006 (d. Ferrero) and in 2003 (d. Fish), Montreal in 2003 (d. Nalbandian) and Miami in 2004 (d. Coria, ret.)


Tournament Highlights:
• The top player from Chinese Taipei qualified into the main draw with a pair of wins over the weekend,
defeating Tsung-Hua Yang 63 62 and Simone Bolelli 63 64
• Last year he came in ranked No. 42 (d. Wu) and lost in the second round to Andreas Seppi 76 63

2011 Highlights:
QF: Atlanta (l Isner); Los Angeles (l Harrison)
2011 in Review:
• The 28-year-old Chinese Taipei native began the season 0-6 in the first two months before putting together a 12-14 mark since March
• Played well during the U.S. summer hard court circuit in July with back-to-back quarter-final showings for the first time in his career  in Atlanta (l. to Isner) and Los Angeles (l. to Harrison)…Prior to that, reached the third round at Wimbledon with straight-set wins over No. 31 Tommy Robredo and No. 12 Viktor Troicki (l. to Llodra)
• Has two Top 20 wins this season, over No. 17 Verdasco in first round at ATP Masters 1000 Madrid
• (l. to Malisse) and over No. 12 Troicki in 2nd Rd. at Wimbledon (
• Has compiled a 10-5 record in Challengers with title in Ningbo, China last month (d. Zopp)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a career mark of 10-16 with his best result the third round in Toronto last year (l. to Kohlschreiber)

(WC) Zhe Li (CHN) vs (16) Fernando Verdasco (ESP)  First Meeting




Age (Birthdate)

25 (September 20, 1986)

27 (November 15, 1983)


Tianjin, China

Madrid, Spain

ATP Ranking (Career-High)

No. 358 (No. 348 – Oct. 3, 2011)

No. 24 (No. 7 – April 20, 2009)

2011 W-L Record (on Hard)

0-1 (0-1)

34-21 (18-11)

2011 Finals W-L



Career Finals W-L



Last ATP Final/Last ATP Title

Never Reached ATP Final

’11 Gstaad/’10 Barcelona

2011 Tie-Break W-L



Shanghai W-L (Best Result)

First Appearance

0-2 (2nd Rd. – 2009, bye)


Hao Shi

Father, Jose


Tournament Highlights:
• The 25-year-old is making his main draw debut and last year lost in the final round of qualifying (ranked No. 501) in a third set tie-break to Lukasz Kubot…Defeated No. 100 Teymuraz Gabashvili in first round
In third set tie-break

2011 in Review:
• The No. 2 player from China is playing in his second straight ATP World Tour tournament…Last week in Beijing he lost to countryman Ze Zhang 61 63
• Has compiled his best results in Futures events with a title in at Canada #3 in July and runner-up on home soil, at China #4 in April…Also a semi-finalist in two other tournaments
• Played in five Challengers, putting together a 4-5 mark, and reached the quarter-finals in Bangkok last month as a qualifier

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• He is making his main draw debut in an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament


Tournament Highlights:
• The 27-year-old Spaniard is looking for his first win after dropping his opening round match in 2009 (after 1st Rd. bye, l. to Ljubicic in 2nd Rd.)  and last year (l. to de Bakker)…Was No. 9 both times

2011 Highlights:
F: San Jose (l Raonic); Estoril (l Del Potro); Gstaad (l Granollers); SF: Hamburg (l Almagro); QF: London / Queen's Club (l Roddick); Washington (l Stepanek); Beijing (l Berdych)
2011 in Review:
• The Madrid native is coming off his seventh ATP World Tour quarter-final (or better) of the season last week in Beijing where he lost to eventual champion Tomas Berdych 61 60
• Has a 34-21 match record on the season (18-11 on hard courts) and comes in No. 24 this week and as the No. 4 Spaniard behind No. 2-ranked Nadal, No. 5 Ferrer and No. 11 Almagro
• He is a three-time runner-up on the ATP World Tour this season, in San Jose (l. to Raonic) in February, Estoril (l. to del Potro) on May1 and Gstaad (l. to Granollers) on July 31…Also one SF (Hamburg) and three QFs (Queen’s Club, Washington, Beijing)
• His career-high is No. 7 (achieved April 20, 2009); has spent 103 weeks inside Top 10 (all within 115-week span between February 2, 2009 and April 17, 2011)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a 71-69 career mark with his best result a runner-up in Monte-Carlo last year (l. to Nadal 60 61)… Also a semi-finalist in Rome (l. to Ferrer) last year and quarter-finalist nine other times

Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) vs Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) Ferrero Leads 3-1
03 Sydney (Australia) Hard R16 Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-3  6-2
07 Roland Garros (France) Clay R32 Mikhail Youzhny 6-7(3)  7-6(3)  6-2   6-2
09 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass R128 Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-3   7-6(3)   6-3
11 Stuttgart (Germany) Clay R16 Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-7(6)  6-2 6-2




Age (Birthdate)

29 (June 25, 1982)

31 (February 12, 1980)


Moscow, Russia

Villena, Spain

ATP Ranking (Career-High)

No. 34 (No. 8 – January 28, 2008)

No. 68 (No. 1 – Sept. 8, 2003)

2011 W-L Record (on Hard)

24-20 (11-9)

16-8 (5-4)

2011 Finals W-L



Career Finals W-L



Last ATP Final/Last ATP Title

’10 St. Petersburg/’10 St. Petersb’g

‘11 Stuttgart/’11 Stuttgart

2011 Tie-Break W-L



Shanghai W-L (Best Result)

0-1 (2nd Rd. – 2010, bye)

0-1 (1st Rd. – 2009)


 Boris Sobkin

Antonio Martinez


Tournament Highlights:
• The 29-year-old Russian came in No. 8 last year and after an opening round bye lost to German Florian Mayer 64 67 61

2011 Highlights:
SF: Marseille (l Cilic); Hamburg (l Simon); Gstaad (l Granollers); QF: Rotterdam (l Soderling); Beijing (l Ljubicic)

2011 in Review:
• The top Russian on the ATP World Tour has reached the quarter-finals or better five times this season with his best result the semi-finals in Marseille in February (l. to Cilic), along with Hamburg (l. to Simon) and Gstaad (l. to Granollers) in July
• He comes in with a 24-20 match record on the season (11-9 on hard) and last week he reached the quarter-finals in Beijing (l. to Ljubicic in three sets)
• He compiled a 7-4 mark in Grand Slam play with a pair of third round results at the Australian Open (l. to Raonic) and Roland Garros (l. to Montanes) and fourth round at Wimbledon (l. to Federer in four sets)...Lost in first round at US Open (l. to Gulbis)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a 51-70 career record with his best result five quarter-finals -- 2004 Hamburg, 2004 Paris, 2005 Cincinnati, 2007 Paris and 2010 Miami


Tournament Highlights:
• The 31-year-old Spaniard made his tournament debut two years ago (ranked No. 21) and lost in the first round 63 60 to Radek Stepanek

2011 Highlights:
W: Stuttgart (d Andujar); SF: Umag (l Dolgopolov); QF: Barcelona (l Almagro); Beijing (l Tsonga)
2011 in Review:
• The veteran Spaniard comes in with a 16-8 match record this season (5-4 on hard) and he’s coming off a quarter-final last week in Beijing (l. to Tsonga)…He enters No. 68 and fell to No.104 on Aug. 1 (from No. 73) after failing to defend his 2010 Umag title points
• He didn’t make his season debut until mid-April when he reached the quarter-finals in Barcelona (l. to Almagro) then fell 1st Rd. at Madrid two weeks later (l. to de Bakker); missed next two months with wrist and knee injuries
• He returned in Stuttgart on July 11 and captured the title, defeating countryman Pablo Andujar in the final…Then lost in the first round in Hamburg (l. to Stebe) and semi-finals in Umag (l. to Dolgopolov)
• One of seven Spaniards to win an ATP World Tour title this season (Almagro-3, Nadal-3, Ferrer-2, Andujar, Ferrero, Granollers, Robredo)

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History:
• Has a 122-76 career mark and has 11th-most wins (since 1990)…Has a 4-2 record in finals, winning 2001 Rome, 2002-03 Monte-Carlo and ’03 Madrid…Also a semi-finalist five times


Kevin Anderson (RSA) vs Bernard Tomic (AUS) First ATP Meeting
Other Meeting:
10 Nottingham CH (Great Britain) Grass R32 Kevin Anderson 7-6(8) 6-1

Anderson FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
W: Johannesburg (d Devvarman); SF: Brisbane (l Roddick); QF: Delray Beach (l Del Potro); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (l Djokovic); Estoril (l Verdasco); Atlanta (l Muller); Beijing (l Cilic)
YTD W-L: 35-22 (26-13 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 1
Date of Birth: May 18, 1986
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 30 (Career-high)

Tomic FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
QF: Wimbledon (l Djokovic); Tokyo (l Fish)
YTD W-L: 13-13 (8-10 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: October 21, 1992
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 49 (Career-high)

(Q) Stephane Bohli (SUI) vs Tommy Robredo (ESP) First Meeting

Bohli FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 0-3 (0-2 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: July 25, 1983
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 247

Robredo FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
W: Santiago (d Giraldo); SF: Buenos Aires (l Almagro); QF: ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (W/O vs Del Potro)
YTD W-L: 19-9 (7-3 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 10
Date of Birth: May 1, 1982
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 46

(WC) Mao-Xin Gong (CHN) vs (Q) Donald Young (USA)  First Meeting

Gong FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 1-1 (1-1 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: August 24, 1987
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 398

Young FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
F: Bangkok (l Murray); SF: Washington (l Stepanek)
YTD W-L: 18-14 (15-10 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: July 23, 1989
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 44

Ivan Dodig (CRO) vs Santiago Giraldo (COL)   First Meeting

Dodig FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
W: Zagreb (d Berrer); F: s-Hertogenbosch (l Tursunov); SF: Barcelona (l Nadal); QF: Delray Beach (l Tipsarevic)
YTD W-L: 24-21 (15-12 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 1
Date of Birth: January 2, 1985
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 32 (Career-high)

Giraldo FastFacts:
2011 Highlights:
F: Santiago (l Robredo); SF: Auckland (l Ferrer); QF: Brisbane (l Anderson); Acapulco (l Almagro); s-Hertogenbosch (l Tursunov); Stuttgart (l Kubot); Kitzbuehel (l Montanes); Tokyo (l Nadal)
YTD W-L: 28-24 (11-9 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: November 27, 1987
South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking: 48

Show Court

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) vs Somdev Devvarman (IND) Devvarman Leads 2-1
11 Houston (U.S.A.) Clay R16 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-4 6-1
11 Belgrade (Serbia) Clay R16 Somdev Devvarman 7-6(6) 2-6 7-6(8)
11 Eastbourne (Great Britain) Grass R32 Somdev Devvarman 6-3 6-4

(Q) Marsel Ilhan (TUR) vs Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)  Dimitrov Leads 1-0
11 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati Hard    R64 Grigor Dimitrov 6-3 7-5

Court  4

Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) vs Albert Montanes (ESP)  Tied 1-1
08 Barcelona (Spain) Clay R16 Albert Montanes 6-3 3-6 6-3
11 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Mikhail Kukushkin 7-5 6-2 3-6 7-6(5)

Pablo Andujar (ESP) vs (Q) Matthew Ebden (AUS)   First Meeting

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