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Coric ousts Wawrinka in Shanghai opener

11 October 2018, 02:15 | Henrietta Morgan

Coric ousts Wawrinka in Shanghai opener

Kyrgios ousted in Shanghai Masters

Coric, seeded 13th, will next face American qualifier Bradley Klahn, who claimed a hard-fought 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over Nick Kyrgios.

Four American players pulled off upsets at the Shanghai Masters on Monday.

But he also sounded a note of caution.

"I think with Nick when he's fresh he plays great and it's about managing schedules as much as anything, so that he plays no more than three weeks in row and then he gets away from it", Woodbridge said.

"You know exactly what I meant, Nick". You realise that, right?

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Kyrgios, who this week lost his status as Australia's number one to 33rd-ranked Alex de Minaur, has a chequered history in Shanghai.

Last year, having earlier received a warning for smashing two balls out of court in frustration, he stormed off midway through his first-round match against Steve Johnson. "He needs to do like any other player needs to go through in order to be successful".

Shanghai is not the only scene of a Kyrgios controversy.

Lahyani was suspended from his next two scheduled tournaments after trying to encourage Kyrgios during a match at the US Open.

"I want to help you", chair umpire Mohamed Lahyani told Kyrgios, who went on to capture 19 of the next 25 games and set up a clash against Federer in NY.

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A 22-time grand slam champion - in double and mixed doubles - and former Davis Cup coach, Woodbridge said Kyrgios should next year try to focus his energies on the majors.

The fallout to his latest on court drama was once again met with severe backlash from social media, many of whom believe perhaps professional tennis isn't for him. Scheduling is huge for him.

He said Kyrgios looked "tired and jaded" at this stage in the season and that brings out the worst in him.

Kyrgios made no initial public comment after his defeat by qualifier Klahn, but has previously spoken of his intent to learn from Federer.

"When I get aced ... very poor, like it's poor behaviour".

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"You know I literally could just go to the ATP office after this and say I just felt put down from your comment and you'd be in trouble, right?" he said.



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