Mexican Open: Alexander Zverev battles past Dominik Koepfer, earthquake to set up final with Stefanos Tsitsipas
Zverev was shaken but not unnerved by an earthquake in the second set of his 6-4, 7-6 (7/5) victory over fellow German Dominik Koepfer.
Rafael Nadal captured his third Mexican Open title on Saturday, continuing his good vibes with a triumph in the final over Taylor Fritz with a 6-3, 6-3 victory
Mexican Open: Nick Kyrgios slams Acapulco crowd for 'disrespect' after being jeered in injury-forced first round exit
Nick Kyrgios has accused the Mexican Open crowd of “disrespect” after being jeered following his retirement against Frenchman Ugo Humbert due to a left wrist injury.
Mexican Open: Rafael Nadal says Acapulco 'feels like home', recounts title wins in 2005 and 2013 as key moments in his career
Nadal has won the title or reached the final in three of his four appearances and views his 2013 win as a key moment in his career
Wimbledon 2019: After months of shadow fighting, Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios to engage in real duel
Nadal will do what Nadal does best, hang in there, look for a way through. Meanwhile, Kyrgios could fire a 130-kph ace with as much panache as he would an underarm serve if he sees Nadal lurking too far behind the baseline
Mexico Open: Nick Kyrgios caps scintillating run in Acapulco with easy win over Alexander Zverev to claim title
Australian Nick Kyrgios capped a scintillating run in Acapulco with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over World No 3 Alexander Zverev Saturday to claim his first ATP title in more than a year.
After withdrawing from Basel, Paris, ATP Tour Finals, Brisbane, Australian Open and Acapulco, Nadal has now pulled out of this month's events in Miami and Indian Wells
Mexican Open: Daria Gavrilova, Lesia Tsurenko advance to 2nd round; David Ferrer breezes past Andrey Rublev
Daria Gavrilova and Lesia Tsurenko advanced to the second round of the Mexican Open in Acapulco, after eliminating unseeded Madison Brengle and Lauren Davis, respectively.
Mexican Open: Rafael Nadal unfazed by rankings race, says he's focused on playing tournaments that he likes
"I play this tournament because I like it and, not because I'm trying to be number one in the world," Rafael Nadal said ahead of the Mexico Open in Acapulco.
Roger Federer skips upcoming Dubai Tennis Championships; set to attend Laureus Awards in Monte Carlo
Roger Federer will not take up a wildcard invitation to next week's Dubai Championships, the event's tournament director confirmed on Friday, with the new world number one opting for an awards ceremony in Monte Carlo instead.
Tropical Storm Norma has strengthened into a hurricane over the Pacific Ocean on a route that should take it to the Los Cabos resorts at Baja California peninsula
Sam Querrey captured his ninth ATP title in an impressive week that saw him beat four top-10 players — David Goffin, Dominic Thiem, Nick Kyrgios and sixth-ranked Rafael Nadal.
Nick Kyrgios used a barrage of 25 aces to defeat top-seeded Novak Djokovic 7-6(9), 7-5 early Friday morning and reach the semi-finals of the Mexican Open.
Mexican Open: Novak Djokovic rallies to beat Juan Martin del Potro, Kristina Mladenovic wins 3-set thriller
Novak Djokovic rallied to beat Argentinian Juan Martin del Potro in three sets 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 early on Thursday to advance to the Mexican Open quarter-finals.
Mexican Open: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal make winning returns at Acapulco, Eugenie Bouchard ousted
Novak Djokovic beat Slovakia's Martin Klizan 6-3, 7-6(4) in the opening round of the Mexican Open on Tuesday.
Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from next week's Rotterdam Open after being advised by doctors to rest, he said on Thursday.
A spokesman for the families of the missing students, Felipe de la Cruz, had already declared Saturday that relatives would continue looking for the 42 others.
Violent protests have erupted in Mexico since authorities said Friday that Guerrero gang hitmen confessed to murdering the students and incinerating their bodies.
Violent protests erupted over the weekend after authorities said gang hitmen confessed to murdering the 43 students and incinerating their bodies.
The reach of drug gangs based in Acapulco, about 75 kilometers away, had intensified to the point that they were demanding protection payments from almost anybody with any property.