Kei Nishikori faces a nervous wait to see if he will qualify for the semi-finals of the ATP Tour Finals.
Kei Nishikori faces a nervous wait to see if he will qualify for the semi-finals of the ATP Tour Finals after finishing his Group B campaign with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 victory over David Ferrer on Thursday.
Nishikori discovered only two hours before his match was due to start that he would face Ferrer instead of his scheduled opponent Milos Raonic after the Canadian pulled out with a torn quad.
But the Japanese star wasn't fazed by that late switch and he recovered from a set down to secure his second win on his debut appearance in the season-ending tournament at London's O2 Arena.
His fate is now in the hands of Roger Federer, who is already through to the last four and can seal Nishikori's place as group runner-up if he beats Andy Murray later on Thursday.
US Open finalist Nishikori would also qualify in second place if Murray beats Federer in three sets, but he will be eliminated if the Scot wins in straight sets.
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