Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios – Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Citi Open
When is Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios on and what time does it start? Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios will take place on Sunday 7th August, 2022 – not before 22:00 (UK)
Where is Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios taking place? Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios will take place at the Fitzgerald Tennis Center in Washington, USA
What surface is Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios being played on? Yoshihito Nishioka vs Nick Kyrgios will take place on an outdoor hard court
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Former world number 13 Nick Kyrgios beat Mikael Ymer in straight sets on Saturday to reach the Washington Open for the second time in three seasons. The 27-year-old won the most recent of his six ATP titles on this court back in 2019 with huge back-to-back victories over Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev. Kyrgios also beat a certain Yoshihito Nishioka on that run, in the round of 16, for one of three victories over the Japanese in a pretty one-sided head-to-head record. World number 96 Nishioka is one of the more surprising finalists in recent years after coming into the Citi Open with next-to-no form to speak of. The 26-year-old stunned Andrey Rublev in straight sets on Saturday for one of the best wins of his career and he has overcome five top 40 players to reach this third final of his career.
No one could have predicted this match-up for the Washington Open final but Nick Kyrgios will have been one of the candidates as a previous winner in some serious form. The Aussie clearly has an affinity with this tournament as he is also in the Men’s Doubles alongside Jack Sock and his experience here, as well as his record over Nishioka, suggests he can win in straight sets.