Shanghai master federer gunning for fifth title at China Cup

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Updated: September 10, 2020

Shanghai master federer gu부천출장마사지nning for fifth title at China Cup

After a successful debut season in the WTA, Ding Cheng is the favourite to win the Chinese Open. His winning percentage is 68 percent and he is the most experienced Chinese player.

In Beijing, he will look for his fourth career title after reaching the finals in 2010.

“I am very happy that I have been able to win three titles under Ding Cheng. I would like to give my best to our sponsors, players, coaches and fans to continue with the success of this Chinese Open,” said Ding at a press conference in 천안출장샵Beijing on Tuesday.

He said that the Shanghai Open had helped to bring the WTA and Chinese players together in a new way, saying: “The WTA players have become one-time partners of the Chinese Open. A new way of playing the game is being realised.”

“I would like to continue to work at this WTA level for many more years and we will be one of the big stars of Chinese women’s tennis. I want to thank all my sponsors and the supporters,” Ding said.

WTA CEO David Cutler, at the opening ceremony, said that he had been impressed with the achievements of the two top-three Asian teams at Shanghai and Beijing and expressed his joy at seeing such good performances at WTA events in Japan this year.

“I am very proud to announce that China has won its sixth straight WTA title,” Cutler said. “I’m delighted to have Chinese players and I hope they can further strengthen the WTA team and continue to give rise to a new generation of great female tennis players across the globe.”

But Ding has been criticized for the아로마 마사지 lack of media coverage and public commentary on the WTA’s success this year, which has been overshadowed by the domestic tour.

He also announced that he would serve a one-match suspension for doping offences before the Shanghai Open and Chinese Open with China.

Ding is expected to face WTA rival Zhang Xiaoli in Shanghai, the defending Chinese title winner, next Friday.

Wang Hongwei contributed to this report.