Rafael Nadal beat Nick Kyrgios of Australia 6-2, 6-1 Sunday in the China Open final to win his sixth ATP title of the year, and Caroline Garcia defeated soon-to-be-No. The superiority of the Majorcan was evident, and his opponent of the day did not exist of the meeting, if not two-three times, to go yelling at the referee. Kyrgios, who is known for his big serves, took the attack to Zverev early in the match and decimated him 63, 7-5.
The Australian, who displayed his best in dumping out 20-year-old rising star Alexander Zverev in the semi-finals, said Nadal had "destroyed" him and admitted he had failed to react professionally.
The last time Kyrgios played a No. 1 it was also against Nadal.
The Spaniard won his 75th career ATP crown and his 12th straight match in style, downing the Aussie 6-2 6-1 in brutal fashion.
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He has made no bones about not taking tennis seriously enough, and on Monday said it was down to feeling like he had no real goal in life.
Nick Kyrgios believes he has found his life's goal in helping underprivileged children and he is planning to set up a facility for them in Melbourne. Garcia said afterwards, asked what was in her mind when she slumped to her knees. She secured the top spot on Saturday with her semifinal victory over French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko. In that 2014 fourth-round encounter at Wimbledon, the then 144th-ranked Kyrgios emerged a four-set victor.
Rafael Nadal said Nick Kyrgios has everything to succeed and that he hopes the Australian will fulfil his promise despite his latest high-profile meltdown in the China Open final.
'In 2005 when I won here, I never thought in 2017 I would still be playing here so I'm very happy to be here again, ' he said after the match.