Rafael Nadal's uncle Toni spoke about his nephew Rafael's chances at the ATP Finals in London. The 58-year-old said: "Every year we went there I saw him well and every year we lost. Hopefully this year he can finally win the title.
He is motivated to keep playing as long as he has chances to win titles. Hopefully he retires as long as possible." On Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic dominance, Toni added: "They pushed Rafael to reach the limit because they knew in many times it was not enough and it made him improve."
The 58-year-old also spoke about how he teached Rafael: "I was a difficulty for Rafael. I tried to make him doing non easy things because I understood the tougher they were in those moments, the easier they would be in the future."
Meanwhile Andy Murray spoke to Stuart Fraser before leaving Shanghai. The Brit, who argued with his opponent Fabio Fognini in the locker room after the match, said: "As much as I say I want to lower my expectations and not expect as much, I'm unhappy I lost that match.
It’s a match I should have won against a really good player. I have obviously made progress this last few weeks but I am really disappointed."