Well, maybe Mick just loves travelling, who knows. The good thing is at least part of the expenses are covered when he participates in a tournament.I don't hate Kyrgios, but I don't really get what he's doing.
I understand that he's kinda lazy and doesn't wanna train as hard as say, Thiem, but why would you as an Australian want to travel to cities in Europe only to not give a shit and tank in Round 1? If that was me, I would feel like it was an absolute waste of my time.
One would think that he might put in at least some effort now that the surface is grass, but no.
All he talks about is how he misses his family and friends and how he hates being away from home. Unfortunately, he himself doesn't know why he does what he does.Well, maybe Mick just loves travelling, who knows. The good thing is at least part of the expenses are covered when he participates in a tournament.
I definitely agree with your main point, but the thing is, Nick really didn't seem to be enjoying it that much out there in this match (or afterwards). He just seemed (a bit) lost.The hate against kyrgios here is getting out of hand. He does what he wants and he's not hurting anybody. So let him enjoy himself?
If by floater you mean this:Just preserving his dangerous floater status for Wimbledon.
Yes, I thought of that and the double meaning works.If by floater you mean this:
then he has absolutely nothing to worry about...he will ALWAYS be a floater