Fognini occupied Nadal for 63 minutes, nine minutes longer Nadal's second-round match. "I feel like I could have done great in this tournament if I get through this match".
Rafael Nadal won his 14th consecutive match to reach the Shanghai Masters quarterfinals, beating Fabio Fognini of Italy 6-3, 6-1 on Thursday.
The 28-year-old, ranked 50th in the world, lost the first set 6-0 to the fifth seed, and was trailing 4-0 in the second when he decided not to continue.
Federer, the Swiss world No. 2, plays Richard Gasquet in the last eight today after Gasquet outlasted fellow Frenchman Gilles Simon in a marathon three-setter 7-5, 6-7 (5), 6-3.
Swiss authorities open proceedings against PSG chief over World Cup rights
Al-Khelaifi and Valcke previously negotiated a deal for the 2018 and 2022 rights weeks after Qatar won the 2022 hosting vote. Findings obtained in that process have led to a separate line of inquiry involving PSG president Al-Khelaifi.
Ofgem extends price protection to one million more vulnerable households this winter
Will Hodson, co-founder of collective switching organisation The Big Deal, said: "This price cap is hugely welcome". Instead it should focus their efforts on widening access to the Warm Home Discount for vulnerable households".
Trump says open to bilateral Canada, Mexico pacts if NAFTA talks fail
In a sign of how contentious things could get, the countries extended the negotiations for two extra days, through Tuesday. The renegotiation of the NAFTA, including the fourth round began Wednesday in Virginia, were on all lips during the day.
Third seed Zverev was a different matter, though, and, after losing the first four games, Bedene accepted he would not be able to compete and shook hands. I said to me, Okay, you're playing good.
Nadal saved both break points he faced in the round-of-16 match, in the fourth game of the second set.
The 20-year-old Zverev, who has collected 5 ATP World Tour titles this season, lost his temper when broken by the Argentine at 2-2 in the decider and flung his racquet down to the ground, reports Xinhua news agency. "And that's what I did for the second and the third set", the 2009 US Open champion Del Potro said. "But I think he's still very young and he needs to keep learning, as he's doing now", said the Argentine, 23 in the world.