1. Kei Nishikori returns to the Australian Open with a win.
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8. Kei Nishikori played in his first Olympic Games ever in 2016 and returned home from Brazil with some hardware.
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11. Kei Nishikori advanced to the fourth round with the victory and advanced to play Lukas Lacko of Slovakia.
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15. Kei Nishikori served as the hitting partner for Roger Federer at Wimbledon.
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17. Kei Nishikori started playing tennis at the young age of five and won his first title for the All Japan Tennis Championships for Kids in 2001.
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25. Kei Nishikori beat Peter Polansky and Frank Dancevic in the singles rubbers, and teamed up with Yasutaka Uchiyama for a victory in doubles over Dancevic and Daniel Nestor.
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30. Kei Nishikori started his 2019 season at the Brisbane International, where he was seeded second.
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31. Kei Nishikori was eliminated in the group stage after losing his next two matches against Kevin Anderson and Dominic Thiem.
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32. Kei Nishikori was then defeated by third seed Roger Federer in the quarterfinals.
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33. Kei Nishikori defeated Adrian Mannarino before facing Kevin Anderson in the third round, this time defeating him in straight sets.
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38. Kei Nishikori lost in the semifinal to Novak Djokovic in straight sets despite a close 2nd set.
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39. Kei Nishikori lost to then world No 1 Novak Djokovic in the final in straight sets.
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40. Kei Nishikori lost to fourth seed Rafael Nadal in straight sets.
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41. Kei Nishikori joined Jimmy Connors as the only four-time winners of the event.
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44. Kei Nishikori was upset in his semifinal match by unseeded Benoit Paire.
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46. Kei Nishikori faced world No 1 Novak Djokovic in the QF and lost in three sets.
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51. Kei Nishikori reached the quarterfinals only to be beaten by Richard Gasquet for the fifth time in his career in straight sets.
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53. Kei Nishikori lost to No 2 Andy Murray in his first Masters 1000 semifinal.
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56. Kei Nishikori cruised to the third round, after downing Croatian Roko Karanusic.
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57. Kei Nishikori went out in the third round of the 2008 Queen's Club Championships against Rafael Nadal in just over two hours.
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59. Kei Nishikori has an older sister, Reina, who graduated from college and works in Tokyo.
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60. Kei Nishikori became the first man from Asia to qualify for the ATP World Tour Finals and reached the semifinals in 2014 and 2016.
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61. Kei Nishikori has won 11 singles titles and was runner-up at the 2014 US Open, making him the first male player representing an Asian country to reach a Grand Slam singles final.
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64. Kei Nishikori bowed out of the ATP Finals with a whimper just four days after his shock win over Roger Federer.
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65. Kei Nishikori admits to a poor week despite toppling Roger Federer.
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66. Kei Nishikori snapped a personal six-math losing streak against Roger Federer to move to the top of the table in London.
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67. Kei Nishikori produced a huge upset at the ATP Finals on Sunday with a straight-sets victory over a below-par Roger.
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73. As of 2015, Kei Nishikori currently uses the Wilson Burn 95.
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77. Kei Nishikori represented Japan at his maiden Olympics in Beijing 2008.
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80. Kei Nishikori made a back-to-back winning return in New York by defeating Noah Rubin and Evgeny Donskoy in the first and second round respectively.
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81. Kei Nishikori went on to win his next four matches en route to win his sixth ATP Challenger career titles in Dallas, by defeating Mackenzie McDonald in the final.
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83. Kei Nishikori began the year by reaching the finals of Brisbane, beating Wawrinka along the way, before falling to champion Grigor Dimitrov.
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89. Kei Nishikori became the first Japanese man to reach the quarterfinals of the French Open in 82 years by beating Teymuraz Gabashvili.
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91. Kei Nishikori was given a tough draw at the 2015 Italian Open but managed to reach the quarterfinal after beating Jiri Vesely and Viktor Troicki, both in straight sets.
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92. At the 2015 Mutua Madrid Open, Kei Nishikori was granted a first-round bye and proceeded by defeating David Goffin in three tough-sets in the second round.
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94. Kei Nishikori equalled his best record yet in the Australian Open by reaching the quarterfinals for the second time in his career, dropping only 2 sets along the way, but he was beaten in straight sets by defending champion Stan Wawrinka.
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99. Kei Nishikori participated in the Wimbledon Championships and made it to the fourth round after surviving a tight 5-setter against clay-court specialist Simone Bolelli, but eventually lost in the fourth round to Milos Raonic, despite winning the opening set.
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