Kei Nishikori will be facing David Ferrer in the final match of 2015 Mexican Open at Acapulco. The match is scheduled to begin not before 21:00 local time and 3:00 Sunday GMT. The live streaming of Ferrer vs Nishikori Mexico final can be watched online on livetennis.com and live score of the match can be taken from livescore.com.
Head to Head
Kei Nishikori 7:3 David Ferrer
World number 5 Nishikori has faced world no. 9 Ferrer for the 10 times before Sunday’s clash and Kei Nishikori is leading with 7-3 score over David Ferrer. Though Japan tennis star is leading over Ferrer but the fact is Spain’s player is having more experience than Nishikori to play finals. David has won 23 titles in his career whereas Nishikori managed to win only 8 career titles.
Nishikori beat Kevin Anderson in the semi-final to make it through final whereas Ferrer defeated Ryan Harrison to seal berth in Abierto Mexicano Telcel 2015 final. After winning number one seed player in the tournament Nishikori said, “I’m playing my game and it’s going really well. I think my serve was much better in the third set and I was making a lot of returns. It was a tough match but I’m happy to make the final.”
David Ferrer is eagerly waiting to face Japan star in the final and he believes that it will not be easy to beat him. Ferrer said, “I do not think Thomas Muster record because much remains ahead; I will face Nishikori with which it has not gone well lately. With Kei have to play very well, I have to be physically and mentally, he’s not the same three or two years, especially mentally ago, is a consolidated top ten.”
As per the past record between these players it seems that Kei Nishikori is favorite to win but anything can happen as Ferrer has won 23 titles and can make 24th one as well. As per our (Sports Mirchi) prediction Nishikori has 55 percent chances to win Mexico Open 2015 championship.