Nick Kyrgios In Cincinatti Masters Final After Beating David Ferrer

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The match was pushed from Thursday night into Friday morning due to heavy rain.

"It's a tough matchup for me".

Nadal got only halfway there.

It was Nadal's second match of the day, defeating countryman Albert Ramos-Viñolas earlier in the day. "We could have easily, if I didn't break at 5-all, we could be 2-all in a tie-breaker right now, not finishing".

Kyrgios broke Nadal's serve in the opening game of the match took an early lead of 4-0, thus taking the first set in just 25 minutes. "Whatever happens, happens", Kyrgios said.

"I played so bad today and she played so well".

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Nadal, a 15-time Grand Slam champion who won his 10th French Open title in June, was ensured of overtaking injury-idled Andy Murray and topping the rankings for the first time since July 2014 after Roger Federer withdrew from Cincinnati with a back injury.

"I feel pretty good", Pliskova said. "For me, it's an fantastic achievement".

"A tragedy", he said. I just had to be very composed and use every opportunity that I had. "To all the victims, the families, friends - all my support".

Grigor Dimitrov and Nick Kyrgios both advanced their Masters 1000 final with semifinal wins Saturday at the Western & Southern Open. At age 35, Ferrer is the second-oldest semifinalist in Cincinnati during the Open Era behind Ken Rosewall in 1970.

The wait is over for Grigor Dimitrov. Dimitrov needed only 52 minutes to beat Yuichi Sugita 6-2, 6-1.

The Australian, coming off a stunning upset win over Rafael Nadal, was too good for another Spaniard, beating Ferrer 7-6 (7-3) 7-6 (7-4) in Cincinnati.

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The Bulgarian didn't manage a break of serve, and didn't even sniff a break point until the final game of the second set. He closed it out with a 136 miles per hour ace, one of his 25 in the match.

"I could have done a few things better". I knew that he's going to serve big, bold serves.

"A kid playing Nadal on center court, that's where your best has to come out", Kyrgios said.

"Being able to compete at a final, it's always a great feeling".

The loss marks the 20 time in Isner's career that he lost while not dropping serve.

The match between two of them will start around 23.00, reported bTV.

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