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Highlights: Kyrgios, Ferrer Stun Top Seeds Cincinnati 2017

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Watch highlights from the Friday quarter-finals in Cincinnati as Nick Kyrgios upsets top-seed Rafael Nadal, and David Ferrer ousts Dominic Thiem to reach the Western & Southern Open semi-finals. Watch live matches at Photo: Getty Images

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44 thoughts on “Highlights: Kyrgios, Ferrer Stun Top Seeds Cincinnati 2017

  1. the main reason crows boo Kyrgios is because he made a pretty bad impression early on in his career.
    He also switches between hot and cold in his temperament.
    always plays a couple stupid shots hoping they work for the highlight reel.
    him more or so only achieving half of what he can really achieve is really another I personally dislike him.
    guys got all the makings of greatness and doesn't seem to want it.

  2. No Federer, no Djokovic, no Murray, no Nishikori, no Raonic, no Wawrinia, no Cilic. 35 year-old Federer put up a better fight vs. Kyrgios in Miami. Djokovic fought harder both times he lost to Nick in Indian Wells and Apaculpo.

    Yet Nadal still can't win, no hardcourt titles at any level since 2014. 🙁

  3. Kyrgios is the most impressive and talented player of this next/current generation. Way better than Zverev, Dimitrov, Thiem… . Actually, there's nothing he cannot do. Perfect serving, great tactic, fantastic forehand, strenght, great backhand, he knows how to return, he moves quite well, also very good on net, amazing dropshot, and he even knows how to do tricks and entertaining points.
    But as for many genius, his mental, or rather, the will, is sometimes not here, especially when "journalists " crowd and even chair empire are against him. It's a matter of time for him beeing the future number 1.I see him winning his first master 1000 tomorrow actually.
    Go Kyrgios !!
    Greetings from France

  4. For these arrogant fed fans. When ever nadal needs to play 2 matches in one day and he losses, y'all say he's pathetic and all off your crap. But when fed has a simple injury, it's the biggest excuse in the world. These arrogant fed fans are being bitches.

  5. Nadal played horrible and frankly even ferrer would have beaten him today in this form. For some reason he is suffering from self doubt again. He missed do many easy forehand that it was painful to watch. If he plays like he did at oz open he will win uso. Lets face it federer was very lucky to escspe defeat at oz open by nadal.

  6. Losing in the Round of 16 and QF in 2 tune-up Masters 1000 tournaments before US Open is not an ideal preparation for Nadal. Looks like he's ran out of gas after bulldozing his way through the clay season (again). The US Open has suddenly become a golden opportunity for any young player to make his strides as the next champion (Zverev, Kyrgios, and based on current form, Dimitrov)

  7. I used to think that Murray was the worst No.1, until I saw Nadal's American hard court season…
    Seriously, No.1 ranking is up for grabs as long as there is no Federer or Djokovic on Tour.

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