Nick Kyrgios Second Round Press Conference | Wimbledon 2021


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Nick Kyrgios Second Round Press Conference | Wimbledon 2021



Nick Kyrgios reflects on his performances so far and his chances of further progression at The Championships 2021 after securing a place in the third round with victory over Gianluca Mager…

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  1. Definitely one of his best pressers but just because he's really owning who he is and being confident in that. Great to see him sticking to his usual goofy self and also maturing at the same time both on and off court. I'd love to see him go really far in this tournament if his body allows it.

  2. LOVE him. Have always loved him even when it was unpopular to do so and I'm so happy to see him so relaxed and at ease. He is an entertainer, always has been.

  3. Why is Nick saying grass should be for serve and volleyers!! No-one serves and volleys anymore. Not even Nick!
    Mischa Zverev was the last player to play serve and volley style. If Nick served and volleyed maybe there would be less strain on his body?
    Nick is a wasted talent, but his fans – of which I am one – still feel that one day he will realize time is running out, and actually start training hard and make a serious run at some slams. In this interview he says he's not even interested in winning slams, and with that attitude his fans will start deserting him. If he wants to "entertain" then he should go into wrestling, where he can act the clown and winning doesn't matter because it's all scripted anyway. Tennis fans want to see good tennis. Amazing shots, by players like Djokovic, Rafa and Federer who would rather die than give their opponents a free point!! Nick is a character, but he does not have the mental attitude of a champion.
    Or maybe he's scared that even if he did train hard, he might not play any better – and that all this "unrealized talent" that we think he has is just wishful thinking??