Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Nadal 'destroys' agitated Kyrgios to win China Open

Nadal 'destroys' agitated Kyrgios to win China Open

Former British number one Annabel Croft believes Rafael Nadal's decision to let his body recover has paid dividends following his China Open win.

Kyrgios appeared unable to get over an incorrect line call in the first game as he indulged in one of his infamous running debates with the umpire.

The China Open final between Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios will be played not before 7:30pm local time, 5pm IST, 11:30am GMT.

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Kyrgios, who was going after a fourth career title, said he had been "destroyed" by Nadal.

Nadal will now head to Shanghai for the Shanghai Masters, which began with first round action at the Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena today.

He has everything. He has unbelievable good eyes, when you play against him, it looks like he has time for everything. He has everything to fight for nearly all the events of the year.

"Federer was playing such up-tempo, serve-volley, short-point type of tennis and I wondered if we'd ever see a place for the type of tennis Nadal played throughout his career", Croft explained.

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"He has to look back and think "what a great decision it was to take time off at the end of previous year and fully recover the body".

"I put in a pretty good week, had some good wins". "It's tough to find positives when you won three games in the final".

Unseeded French player Garcia continued her superb run of form of late as she comfortably overcame Halep, the Romanian who will be confirmed as the world number one for the first time tomorrow, in straight sets at the Olympic Green Tennis Center. Garcia said afterwards, asked what was in her mind when she slumped to her knees.

He received criticism about the way he played in the final as he lost it 6-2, 6-1, but the 23-year-old stated, 'I don't really care.

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