After her latest win Wang said she was playing the best tennis of her career, adding she felt more "confidence" on court and was hitting the ball more aggressively. There was Stan Wawrinka, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Gale Monfils, Nick Kyrgios and local rising star Yibing Wu to garner attention, which they did, for the most part.
"We don't really know and I don't think he really knows exactly what his potential is".
"I want to help you", chair umpire Mohamed Lahyani told Kyrgios, who went on to capture 19 of the next 25 games and set up a clash against Federer in NY.
"That's enough. I don't want to talk about that any more", Dumusois said. The Serbian, who has burst back to form this year, winning Wimbledon and the US Open, broke the Frenchman in the fifth game on the way to a 6-3 7-5 victory to ease into round three.
As Klahn worked his way towards a win, his frustrated Australian opponent engaged in an argument with French umpire Damien Dumusois.
Dumusois' comments, which appeared to suggest a lack of effort, prompted Kyrgios to respond: "I don't care. you have no right to tell me that it's poor".
Monday's controversy was also the second time within the last six weeks that Kyrgios' effort has been questioned by an official.
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He was fined previous year after walking off the court during his first-round match.
Woodbridge's comments come after Kyrgios's prolonged exchange with the chair umpire at the Shanghai Masters during his first round defeat to American qualifier Bradley Klahn.
He later sarcastically asked Dumusois "was that borderline?" after serving an ace.
During last month's US Open, an umpire copped a ban after he gave Kyrgios a freaky mid-match pep talk.
Doubles great Woodbridge says Kyrgios, who this week lost the top Australian ranking to Alex de Minaur, gets singled out.
Kyrgios has a chequered history at the Shanghai Masters after quitting mid-match against Steve Johnson in the first round past year and being accused of tanking in a second-round loss to Mischa Zverev in 2016.