Controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios opens up, wants to help kids

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Controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios is adamant he has found his objective in the wake of his straight sets loss to Rafael Nadal in the China Open final.

Kyrgios has revealed his desire to build a facility for disadvantaged and underprivileged kids after he crumbled in the China Open final to fall 6-2, 6-1 in Beijing.

But that was soon fixed and there was little between the two players until Garcia broke Halep in the 10th game to grab the first set.

Kyrgios was angered by a line call in the first set and his complaints eventually cost him a penalty point at the start of the eighth game. And when he went down 30-0 on Nadal's serve at 2-2, he began the first in a series of lengthy discussions with the umpire - frequently spreading his arms in despair.

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"Of course, some moments was a little bit odd for me, something a little bit unusual", Nadal, 31, said.

"I am very pleased the way that I have been playing the whole week, after a very tough first day".

Kyrgios has previously admitted he's "not the professional tennis needs me to be" but says he has found a vision that will make him be remembered as much more than a tennis player. Obviously that's why I got a warning.

"It's a really special trophy for me, as I won the tournament last week and now have again today", Goffin said. It's a sweet victory given the fact that he had to save two match points against Lucas Pouille during the first match in Beijing.

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Rafael Nadal got some fiber from a tennis ball lodged in his eye but that did not stop the world No. 1 setting up a China Open semifinal Saturday with "great guy" Grigor Dimitrov.

The combustible but talented 22-year-old, who had another meltdown in losing the China Open final to Rafael Nadal on Sunday, has long struggled with his demons, repeatedly losing focus mid-match and arguing with umpires and fans.

When asked how his behaviour would be viewed, he replied: 'I don't really care. He leads the men's tennis tour with this season with six titles.

'Look at what happened in Vegas a couple days ago. This dream is going to become a reality.

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