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By Scoop Malinowski No player has dazzled the world with a combination of power, speed, huge serving and tennis magic as stunningly as Nick Kyrgios. The amazing Aussie is so formidable on the court that he managed to defeat Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic the first times he played each. But when a talent is so massively developed in certain areas, it's natural that this talent could be extremely flawed and weak and underdeveloped in certain other areas. Continue to read full article...

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Wimbledon Feud: Kyrgios picks a fight with Bartoli

By Scoop Malinowski Tennis pros have refrained from getting involved in public spats with other players in recent years but an unlikely feud has erupted between two unlikely combatants: Nick Kyrgios and Marion Bartoli. Here is what Kyrgios posted on Instagram today: Continue to read full article...

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Is Kyrgios About To Revolutionize Tennis?

By Scoop Malinowski Nick Kyrgios is cruising along, quietly posting up excellent results. Nobody expects anything major from Nick at this point, there have been too many false alarms and injuries and tanked results. But what if Nick is as sly as a fox? What if he's softened everyone up to expect the next crash or tank but this time he's going to show us all the real, ultimate mature model of Nick Kyrgios, the one we've been frustratingly waiting to see for years? Continue to read full article...


tennis_022[1] John McEnroe said to a Belgian media outlet that he while he has great respect for David Goffin and his tremendous overachieving, he would prefer to coach Denis Shapovalov or Nick Kyrgios. McEnroe expressed high praise for what Goffin has accomplished but thinks there are a couple of limiting factors in Goffin's bid to win a Grand Slam major title. "You don't see a lot of emotion negative or positive from him," Continue to read full article...

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nickk By Jayita Belcourt In front of a packed Rod Laver arena crowd on Friday night, Australia’s Nick Kyrgios has shown not only is he a force to be reckoned with, but one to inspire the world too. With Hollywood star Will Smith watching courtside, it took the 22 year-old just over 3 hours to despatch his 3rd round French opponent, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6(5), 4-6, 7-6(6), 7-6(5). Not a usual day in the office for the brash Aussie, candidly admitting his elation and surprise at having his idol peering on. Continue to read full article...

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Is Kyrgios ready to roar or flop?

    Nick Kyrgios is 22 now and ranked 20 in the world. The tennis world has been waiting for the ultra-talented Aussie to explode like Safin at a major tournament but it has yet to happen outside of the big win at Wimbledon a few years ago vs Nadal. Since then we have seen countless flashes of the Kyrgios genius. As recently as Miami we saw Kyrgios extend Roger Federer all the way to a 67 76 67 epic semifinal battle. The following week Nick knocked out the USA from Davis Cup by crunching Isner and Querrey in six straight sets in Australia. Continue to read full article...


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