Khachanov enters Paris Masters final

039;Kei Nishikori respects Roger Federer too much'- Greg Rusedski

039;Kei Nishikori respects Roger Federer too much'- Greg Rusedski

Asked about the great player that he will meet in the final, he smiled and said: "I'm going to watch (Federer-Djokovic) definitely and any scenario is good for me".

"When you lose a close match like this you always have regrets", a disappointed Federer said.

An ace gave Cilic set point and he took it when Djokovic sent a backhand wide.

After being broken to go 2-1 down in the final set, Djokovic smashed his racket, accepted the code violation and steamed with anger in his seat before immediately breaking back.

In the third set, a Cilic cross-court forehand victor saw him break a for 2-1 lead.

"I'm still struggling. It's kind of a flu".

"We had epic matches throughout our rivalry but this one definitely ranks as one of the best", Djokovic said. "Maybe I'm not crying, but still I'm really happy".

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Thiem, the French Open finalist, came from behind to win 4-6 6-4 6-4 against Jack Sock, who won the title in Paris past year.

Thiem, who also rallied from a set down to defeat Croatia's Borna Coric on Thursday, won his quarter-final match by performing slightly better than Sock on the big points on Friday night.

The day's action in Paris ensured that Cilic and Thiem are now guaranteed the last two of eight places on offer for the ATP Finals in London this month. "It means a lot for me because I didn't do too well in the previous years in this part of the season".

Karen Khachanov showed why he is one of the finest young talents in tennis as he powered into the final of the Paris Masters with a thunderous 6-4 6-1 victory over Dominic Thiem on Saturday.

Tennis player Karen Khachanov, who plays for Russian Federation, won a victory over Austrian Dominik Tim in the semifinals of the tournament in Paris. He took exception to some comments made in Khachanov's box and spoke to his opponent at the end of the first set. "It's a little bit comfortable to return here".

"I told him my shoulder is hurting and that his uncle, or something, that he's going a bit insane".

Cilic and Thiem sealed the last two spots for the season-ending ATP Finals in London, starting on November 11.

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