Maybe at Wimbledon he could serve enough aces in tiebreakers to reach a SF? Or will he need to develop his forehand or backhand?
Plus he seems to be obsessed with other tennis players and even tennis commentators, judging by his tweets.Kyrgios saying he hates tennis is so goddamn hilarious. Can you imagine a janitor with millions in the bank but still going to work as a janitor? Lol that makes zero sense.
He is incredibly insecure and has a huge ego so when he loses he fakes it and says that he doesnt try so he doesnt have to face the reality that he isnt good enough.Plus he seems to be obsessed with other tennis players and even tennis commentators, judging by his tweets.
So this thread was a set up to talk about Nadal?Well, Kyrgios played his best tennis at this year's AO, and Nadal won 63 36 76(6) 76(4).
Can't fault his effort or his focus in that match.
Serve-bots rarely beat the elite players in best-of-5-sets, except for when Nadal loses on grass to serve-bots now and then.
But they met at 2019 Wimbledon and Nadal also won 63 36 76(5) 76(3), and that is the most intense version of Kyrgios I've ever seen.
And at 2019 US Open, Kyrgios lost to Rublev 76(5) 76(5) 63, but Rublev is the better all-around player, and Kyrgios held serve as expected.
Kyrgios has a great attitude in those big matches, but lacks the weapons.