Felix Auger-Aliassime defeated Rafael Nadal in straight sets to keep his semi-final hopes alive.
The world No.6 says such a move will not have much impact on minimising the number of injuries players suffer.
After failing to win back-to-back matches at his four previous tournaments, the 23-year-old is hoping to end 2022 on a high at the end-of-year tournament.
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Felix Auger-Aliassime is into the quarter-finals in Paris where he faces Frances Tiafoe.
Felix Auger-Aliassime talked about defeat denial and his winning mentality ahead of his last 16 match in Paris.
The Montreal native extended his winning streak to 14 matches.
The Canadian has continued his excellent form in the Swiss capital.
After suffering eight consecutive losses in finals, he has won three out of his past four title matches on the Tour.
Three spaces are still available for the season-ending event but who will get them?
Canada's top player sheds some light on his current game during an exclusive interview with Ubaldo Scanagatta.
After suffering four consecutive defeats, John McEnroe's Team World have won the competition.
The Canadian is through round one after beating his Swiss opponent in four tight sets.
The world number nine was able to beat the Brit in straight sets to make up for losing to him last week in Los Cabos.
The Montreal native made his return to IGA Stadium with a win over his Japanese opponent.
The Canadian is through to the final four of the tournament after beating the American in straight sets.
The Canadian won his first ever match at the Mexican event over a local favorite to reach the quarterfinals.
The Canadian is through to the second round after a tricky three set win in his opening match.
Felix Auger-Aliassime will meet Alexander Zverev in the Madrid quarter-finals.
After losing to his Canadian rival last week, Rublev has turn the tables to win his first Tour title in almost a year.