Shanghai: Roger Federer said that he did not want to lose in front of his young family as he was pushed all the way for the second match in a row at the Shanghai Masters on Thursday. But the Spaniard earned a piece of personal history after that, winning the second set — the first time he had taken a set against the Swiss maestro. The 30-year-old Bautista Agut had the whiff of an upset in his nostrils and the prospect of a first victory over the Swiss at the eighth attempt. One player who will not be in the quarter-finals is Juan Martin del Potro after he hobbled out of the tournament. Second seed Djokovic enjoyed a measure of revenge as he booked his spot in the quarter-finals with a 6-4, 6-0 demolition of Marco Cecchinato.
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