Rafael Nadal favourite to win the China Open final in Beijing

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Rafael Nadal reacts after winning the final against Nick Kyrgios in Beijing on Sunday. Getty Images

Kyrgios was on the wrong end of an unfavourable line call in the opening game of his clash with Nadal and crashed to defeat in 92 minutes in the China Open final.

The 16-time Grand Slam champion Nadal saw the Australian Kyrgios hit with a penalty point as the Spanish number one eased to a 6-2, 6-1 victory on the Beijing hard courts.

The 31-year-old saved two match points in his nervy opener against Frenchman Lucas Pouille, but was never really in trouble as Kyrgios's final hopes evaporated in acrimony.

Nick Kyrgios believes he has found his life's objective in helping underprivileged children and he is planning to set up a facility for them in Melbourne.

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The Spaniard remains unbeaten since he became world number one in August and put in a ruthless display on his way to his 75th career title.

The 15th-ranked Garcia, who lost to Halep the two previous times they played, won her second consecutive WTA title. I played very well during the whole event here, so let's see if I am able to hold that high level there in Shanghai.

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. Nadal dug in and improbably reeled off nine straight games to lead 6-2, 5-0 before Kyrgios tallied a moral victory by preventing the first 0-6 set of his ATP career.

"He played well. I played awful".

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"I'm very happy to be in the final again", Nadal told the ATP's official website afterwards.

The 26-year-old Halep had the superior mobility - Garcia had her right thigh strapped - but the French player was making the better shots.

It was the third time in four meetings this season that Kyrgios has come out on top.

But he believes he has finally found his inspiration, something he says is "from me and my family".

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Afterwards, the 16-time Grand Slam victor, who added the French Open and US Open to his tally in 2017, said: "In 2005 when I won here I never thought that in 2017 I would still be playing tennis!"

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