Kyrgios is unforgiving and the title will be played in Washington with Nishioka


Nick Kyrgios, number 63 in the world ranking, and Yoshihito Nishioka, number 95, qualified this Saturday for the final of the Washington tournamentafter defeating Swedish Mikaell Ymer and Russian Andrey Rublev, respectively.

Kyrgios, a recent Wimbledon finalist, did not disappoint against Ymerworld number 115, and beat him 7-6(4) and 6-3 in an hour and 35 minutes of play.

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The Australian will be making his second straight final, after losing to Serbian Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon, and will do so after a tough tournament for him.

He had to overcome the quarterfinals and the semifinals this Fridayas his Thursday match against American Reilly Opelka was delayed and abandoned due to rain.

Kyrgios beat her convincingly on Friday and, hours later, saved five match points to defeat fellow American Frances Tiafoe.

This Saturday he secures his ticket for the final, where he will face the great revelation of the tournament, the Japanese left-hander. Nishioka, executioner of the first seed, Rublev (6-3 and 6-4).

Nishioka, in his first semifinal since Delray Beach 2020, added Rublev to his list of famous victims in Washington. Before the Russian, he defeated Australian Alex De Minaur, Russian Karen Kachanov and British Daniel Evans.

Against Rublev, he achieved his first victory of the year against a player who is part of the top ten in the world.

Source: La Verdad


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