Nick Kyrgios didn't want to end Atlanta campaign by retirement

Nick Kyrgios didn't want to end Atlanta campaign by retirement

This is not the first time Kyrgios has been booed off the court in the United States, with the Australian also hit by a torrent of abuse in last year's Washington Open when he retired down 0-3 to American Tennys Sandgren.

The Australian second seed was trailing the British left-hander 7-5 3-0 after 52 minutes of play when he decided he could not continue.

Kyrgios debuted on the hard-courts of Washington previous year.

'I really feel for the guy, ' he said. 'He's so talented. Who knows what he could do in tennis if he was healthy'.

"I always feel comfortable playing here. the court suits my game style", he said yesterday.

However, Matt Ebden will fly the Aussie flag in the final four after he defeated Marcos Baghdatis in just 71 minutes.

Seeking his fifth victory at Atlantic Station in the past six years, Isner will face the victor of the night semifinal between eighth-seeded Ryan Harrison and Britain's Cameron Norrie.

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The American was pushed to three sets by German sixth seed Mischa Zverev before he prevailed 7-5 4-6 6-1, dropping just two first-serve points in the match and sending down 21 aces.

The hard-serving Isner avenged his only loss to Ebden in five career ATP Tour meetings when the Aussie beat him earlier this year at the Australian Open.

"I am definitely playing better than I was in the beginning of the year".

Divisive Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has attracted the scorn of crowds yet again after retiring hurt from his latest match. "But we'll see what happens".

Top-seeded John Isner advanced to the BB&T Atlanta Open final for the eighth time, beating fourth-seeded Matthew Ebden of Australia 6-4, 6-7 (6), 6-1 on Saturday.

"I'm proud of myself how I managed to focus throughout the match".

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