Nice synopsis of his history there. I would add the weather delayed SF in 2012, giving him one less day than Murray to prepare but then again, after the multiple beat-downs at AO, a little payback in their rivalry. Also vs Nadal, the draws in all of their matches were stacked against a younger less experienced Novak.The victory will be much sweeter after another tough victory. Every US Open title so far was very special to me as his fan. Tough battles happened here, he nearly always got to the semis or finals. Still disappointed that he lost in 2012 (that damn wind..., seriously the only reason). And sadly in 2013 Nadal peaked more consistent. Djokovic had ups- and downs... Nadal broke him that year mentally and game-wise. And of course because its the last major of a season.
It's a sign of nothing. At best, it's pleasing the sponsors by making things look like as if everything is normal and players have to subscribe before a certain date.So, it is a first sign that almost all the top players want to play the US Open, except the injured players (Federer, Fognini, Pouille, ...) but of course if Cincinnati and the US Open would take place, some players might still decide not to travel or have restrictions to travel
This guy has got a scary Jones/Koresh complex going on. Or maybe watching too much WWE’s Seth Messiah Rollins. Anything but serious tennis for the Aussie hunchback.I'll post this here, too:
King Kyrgios outdoing Jesus by sacrificing himself for the greater good. Better start building the temples, people!
Seriously though, I think Kyrgios is full of shit and just not dedicated enough to the sport. But I still love him trashing other players and exposing the whole exho madness again. Sometimes, a person spills out the truth for the wrong reasons.