Published: Sat, March 04, 2017
U.S. | By Jeffery Vega

Kyrgios stuns Djokovic in straight sets

Kyrgios stuns Djokovic in straight sets

Second seeded Novak Djokovic suffered a shocking defeat on Thursday night at the Acapulco International competition in Mexico.

The 21-year-old has now registered wins over Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer the first time he has faced them.

Djokovic on the other hand was the favourite to lift the title despite the presence of Rafael Nadal in the tournament.

Kyrgios relied on a savage combination of consistency and raw power to craft his 7-6 (9), 7-5 upset of Djokovic, raining down 25 aces and numerous service winners.

Kyrgios didn't even face a break point aginst Djokovic and advances to the semi-finals where he will play American Sam Querrey. "He is one of the best players in the world".

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Kyrgios was pleased with his focus throughout the one-hour, 47-minute showdown that was played in front of a buoyant crowd that was rallying behind Djokovic.

Nadal, now ranked No. 6 but surging out of his slump and coming off an Australian Open final, was the top name entered in Acapulco.

He broke the Italian for the fifth time in the final game of the match, delivering a stinging forehand victor to wrap up the win in just 66 minutes. He has now beaten all of tennis's "big four" - though his only win over Andy Murray (at this year's Hopman Cup) was not at ATP level.

The 2-time tournament champion is now 13-0 at the event as he heads to a collision with Marin Cilic who earned a walkover from Steve Johnson.

Nadal bounced back from a break down in both sets to defeat Japan's Yoshihito Nishioka 7-6 (7/2), 6-3 and book his semi-final spot.

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