ATP Barcelona 2015 featured two semifinal matches on Saturday involving Kei Nishikori, Martin Klizan, David Ferrer, and Pablo Andujar. Sunday's championship final is now set after one, and only one, of the semifinals produced an upset result.
Kei Nishikori, a player who is enjoying a ton of success at this point is his career, was back in the winner's circle at the ATP Barcelona 2015 event on Sunday. Nishikori defeated Spain's Pablo Andujar in the championship final of the 500-series event in straight sets 6-4, 6-4.
Kei Nishikori, the only man in tennis currently who can rival Novak Djokovic just held on to his Barcelona Open Title after defeating Pablo Andujar. This man has had an incredible year and is proving to be a very formidable opponent
The 2015 ATP Barcelona event continued on Friday with four quarterfinal matches producing four semifinalists. The day of action, which saw a Spaniard compete in each match, is now complete and there were a couple of upsets.
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