United States Tennis player Sam Querrey came out with his best to shocked Spanish Tennis player Rafael Nadal in straight sets to lifts the ATP Mexico Open in Acapulco on Saturday. The 29, years old player beat Rafa 6-3 , 7-3 (3) to end the Spaniards break of excellence in Acapulco. The American, seeded 40th in the world, alight 19 aces advancing to his first career win over Rafael Nadal in five meetings. The 30 years old victory in Acapulco in 2005 and 2013, had never even minus a set in Acapulco. Querrey seized his ninth ATP trophy in an remarkable week that saw him beat four top - 10 - players - Belgium David Goffin, Australia Dominic Thiem, Australian Nick Krygios and sixth - ranked Nadal.
He's calculated to return to the top in the world rankings on Monday.
The Spainiard, playing his first tournament since falling to Legendary Roger Federer in five sets in the Australian Open final, was refused his first hard court title since Doha in 2014.
The American surrended just four points on his serve in the opening set and he broke Nadal to love to snatch a 5-3 advantage.
He served it out easily, ignite a forehead winner on his second set point after just half an hour.