Troubled Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios says he has finally found a objective in life and will build a facility for disadvantaged kids after being struck by the death of a young boy from cancer.
"I can't play at 100 percent if that stuff happens - and then you expect me not to be angry", Kyrgios told Lahyani.
Kyrgios says playing for money can leave one feeling "empty" - but he's so excited about this next step because he gets "more happiness from helping kids out and watching them succeed" than he does from his own wins.
After losing the first set 6-2, Kyrgios performed impatiently on the court.
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.
Nick Kyrgios says he's found his objective.
World number 19 Kyrgios matched Nadal early on, winning his opening two service games but became involved in a debate with umpire Mohamed Lahyani over a close line call against him.
Nadal is expected to target Dimitrov's single-handed backhand off his serve and does so successfully at 30-0 and 40-0.
Writing for the playersvoice.com.au website, Kyrgios also called the final "a disappointing end to an otherwise good week".
The 23-year-old, who is set to rise from number 15 to nine in the world, sank to her knees on the hard court when she finally sealed victory in the second-set tie break.
Garcia is in the form of her life and edged out the Romanian second seed 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) to add the China Open to the Wuhan Open title she lifted last weekend.
"For sure it definitely turned the second set", Garcia said.
Nadal, the 16-time Grand Slam victor, admitted he was bemused by some of Kyrgios's antics. He won his first in his Beijing debut in 2005.
French and US Open victor Nadal won nine games in a row on his way to reclaiming the trophy he won in 2005.
In reaching his ninth final of the year, Kyrgios registered his third victory in four encounters with the 20-year-old German Zverev.