Among the younger generation of players, Nick Kyrgios arguably the most notorious. His attitude and antics on the field made him a polarizing figure. Famous for his short temper and racquet-smashing habits, his professionalism has been the subject of much debate. Most tennis experts would attribute his inability to win major titles due to his cavalier attitude.
The 26-year-old tennis player is currently ranked 92nd in the world. He has a 7-8 win-lose record this year. His last appearance was at the Laver Cup, where he was part of the European squad. He reached the third round of the Australian Open and Wimbledon. With 6 titles to his name, Kyrgios has reached 13th in the world during his career.
Nick Kyrgios: A Brief History
As a junior, Nick Kyrgios won the men’s singles title at the 2013 Australian Open and the men’s doubles at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships. Later that year, he turned pro. He captured the world’s attention by beating the world at the time. first Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon 2014. It was also one of his beating grand slam performances, reaching the quarterfinals. He has also reached the quarterfinals at the Australian Open (2015), and reached the third round of Roland Garros twice and the US Open four times. Nick Kyrgios is the third person to win his first match against Big 3, after Lleyton Hewitt and Dominik Hrbaty.
Nick Kyrgios is known for his fierce fighting style. He is a basic pitcher, with his game centered around his serves. His second serve was considered one of the best on the tour. His shots regularly reach speeds above 200 km/ph. He has collected 6 titles so far.
Nick Kyrgios: Back to work
Nick Kyrgios, who has been quoted as saying he does not love the sport of tennis and has no dedication to it. Many including American legend John McEnroe have criticized his approach to the game and questioned his actions. However, Kyrgios recently took to Twitter to share a video of him preparing for the upcoming season. The one-and-a-half minute video is titled “Work” shows Aussie sweating in the gym and tennis courts. Looking to take a break from the 2021 season in September due to a knee problem, Kyrgios plans to make a strong comeback next year at home.
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