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Rafa Nadal – Kyrgios live today | Indian Wells match live online

Rafa Nadal faces Nick Kyrgios today in the Indian Wells Masters 1000 quarter-final match. The number 4 in the world remains unbeaten in this 2022 and, in search of regaining the world top-3, the Australian is measured tonight. The controversial tennis player does not have a special affection for the Balearic, whom he has disqualified on many occasions and who has prevailed in three of the eight times in which the faces have been seen. Today they meet again in search of a place in the semifinals of Indian Wells, where they would face the winner of Alcaraz-Norrie. Follow live the result and the last hour of today's match between Nadal and Kyrgios.

Rafael Nadal – Nick Kyrgios, live

Nadal's match will start after Badosa's

Rafa Nadal's match against Nick Kyrgios will be played when the match between Paula Badosa and Veronika Kudermetova ends, where the Spanish has won after the first two sets (6-3, 6-2).

When does Rafa Nadal play today?

Rafa Nadal's match today against Nick Kyrgios will start at least at 11:00 p.m., although it could be delayed depending on how the previous matches go. Today's game can be seen live on television through the Movistar+ channel #Vamos and you can also watch it live online through the Movistar+ platform and on OKDIARIO.

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