Qualifier Yoshihito Nishioka won the ATP 250 Shenzhen Open title this weekend, defeating Pierre-Hugues Herbert 7-5 2-6 6-4. He returned to the Tour in January after suffering a torn ACL in 2017. The win brings him back into the Top 100. Read more in the ensuing media coverage:
The Japan Times — Yoshihito Nishioka wins Shenzhen Open to claim first ATP singles title
TSN — Nishioka wins Shenzhen Open
Baseline: Baseline player of the week: Yoshihito Nishioka
Cole Miller, the 23-year-old Northwestern Lehigh and Penn State graduate, finished 25th on the money list in his first season on Canada’s Mackenzie Tour, collecting the last exemption spot from the developmental golf series. By placing 25th (by $130), Miller earned an exemption into the second stage of Web.com Qualifying School, the next phase of his professional career.
US Open quarterfinalist John Isner was awarded the men's 2018 US Open Sportsmanship Award on Tuesday. The award is presented to the professional tennis players who best demonstrate excellence in sportsmanship throughout the US Open Series and the US Open.
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