86 Facts About Nick Kyrgios

1. Nick Kyrgios has leapt to the defence of his girlfirend, Ajla Tomljanovic, after a controversial act of 'gamesmanship' saw her concede the WTA Thailand title to Dayana Yastremska.

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2. Nick Kyrgios will forge a team with Mitchell Krueger and they will face the second seeds Andrei Vasilevski and Romain Arneodo.

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3. Nick Kyrgios fired 37 aces against Nadal and has more than 100 through his first four matches at Wimbledon.

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4. Nick Kyrgios turned 19 in April and will be the highest ranked teenager through the 2015 Australian Open and beyond.

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5. On Tuesday, Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios stunned Rafael Nadal in a fourth-round match at Wimbledon.

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6. Nick Kyrgios launched his professional tennis career in 2010, at age 15.

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7. Nick Kyrgios is the second player after Lleyton Hewitt who beat Roger Federer, Nadal and Novak Djokovic in their first meeting.

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8. Nick Kyrgios confirmed in January 2015 that he would return home and base himself out of Canberra.

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9. Nick Kyrgios was a promising basketball player who represented the Australian Capital Territory and Australia in his early teens before making the decision to focus solely on tennis when he was 14 years old.

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10. Nick Kyrgios was born born 27 April 1995 in Canberra, Australia.

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11. Nick Kyrgios gave some interesting comments in his Channel 9 commentary during the third-round match between Roger Federer and Taylor Fritz at the Australian Open.

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12. Nick Kyrgios openly critiqued his dedication to the sport after his exit at the 2017 US Open to fellow Australian John Millman by stating that he is "not dedicated to the game at all" and "There are players out there that are more dedicated, that want to get better, that strive to get better every day, the one-percenters.

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13. Nick Kyrgios called on Kyrgios to retire from the sport, saying: "Nick Kyrgios, if you don't want to be a professional tennis player, do something else.

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14. Nick Kyrgios was dumped from the Davis Cup Squad due to play their semi-final tie against Great Britain.

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15. Nick Kyrgios was selected to pair with Chris Guccione in the crucial doubles rubber.

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16. Nick Kyrgios replaced Marinko Matosevic after defeating him in a playoff during the lead-up to the tie.

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17. Nick Kyrgios defeated Andrey Rublev in three sets before withdrawing against his next opponent Mirza Basic, citing an elbow injury.

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18. Nick Kyrgios beat David Goffin and Alexander Zverev before losing in the semi-finals in three tie-break sets to Federer in three hours and ten minutes.

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19. Nick Kyrgios defeated Gastao Elias before falling to Andreas Seppi in round two, despite leading 2 sets to 0.

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20. Nick Kyrgios advanced to the final after defeating wildcard Jared Donaldson, fifth seed Fernando Verdasco and unseeded Yoshihito Nishioka.

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21. Nick Kyrgios advanced to the fourth round after defeating Radek Stepanek, Dustin Brown and Feliciano Lopez.

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22. Nick Kyrgios went on to win the Hopman Cup with Gavrilova, defeating Ukraine in the final which earned Kyrgios his first professional title of any category of professional tennis on the World Tour.

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23. Nick Kyrgios defeated Federico Delbonis in a five-set thriller in his opening match, before going on to beat the 23rd seed Ivo Karlovic in the second round and then Malek Jaziri in straight sets in the third.

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24. Nick Kyrgios skipped the rest of the season, citing burnout.

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25. Nick Kyrgios came away with AU$409,806 in prize money for reaching the quarter-finals—having earned just $248,000 in his career before the tournament.

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26. Nick Kyrgios defeated Filip Krajinovic in straight sets for his second career challenger title.

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27. Nick Kyrgios lost in the second round to the 27th seeded Benoit Paire in five sets despite winning the opening two sets.

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28. Nick Kyrgios ended the year with a singles ranking of 182.

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29. Nick Kyrgios reached a new career high of number 186 on 9 September 2013.

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30. Nick Kyrgios went on to defeat Ivo Klec, Greg Jones, and then the fifth seed, Stephane Robert, to reach his first challenger final.

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31. Nick Kyrgios was a wildcard at his next tournament, the 2013 Nature's Way Sydney Tennis International.

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32. Nick Kyrgios went down to Michael Venus in the quarter-finals.

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33. Nick Kyrgios ultimately lost to English player James Ward in three sets in the semi-final.

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34. Nick Kyrgios finished the year with a singles ranking of 838.

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35. Nick Kyrgios started to compete more regularly on the junior tour in 2011, making his junior grand slam debut at the 2011 Australian Open.

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36. Nick Kyrgios is in a relationship with Croatian-Australian tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic.

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37. Nick Kyrgios donated $10,000 towards the Lyneham Tennis Centre redevelopment.

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38. Nick Kyrgios is the third of three children; his brother, Christos, is a lawyer, and his sister, Halimah, is an actress.

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39. Nick Kyrgios is currently the fourth highest-ranked Australian in the ATP rankings.

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40. Nick Kyrgios praised for seeking help to deal with mental demons.

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41. Nick Kyrgios reveals he's talking to psychologists 'to get on top' of mental health issues.

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42. Nick Kyrgios is ready to tackle 2019, and for the talented Aussie it starts with what's between the ears.

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43. Nick Kyrgios seeks psychologist's help to overcome mental health issues.

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44. Nick Kyrgios has found peace in meditation, but not the type of meditation you're thinking.

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45. Nick Kyrgios opens up about mental health, foundation and injuries.

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46. Nick Kyrgios seeing a psychologist could be turning point in career, writes Leo Schlink.

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47. Nick Kyrgios received a walkover against Kyle Edmund in the second round.

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48. Nick Kyrgios is the founding contributor of the athlete direct publishing website, PlayersVoice, and has invested financially in the digital platform.

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49. Nick Kyrgios has endorsement deals with several companies, including Yonex, Nike and Beats.

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50. At the 2018 Queen's Club Championships, Nick Kyrgios was issued a $17,500 fine for making an obscene gesture during a changeover in his semifinal match against Marin Cilic.

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51. Nick Kyrgios has been warned and fined for various other instances of inappropriate behaviour.

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52. In October 2016 Nick Kyrgios was both fined $32,900 and banned for eight weeks for 'lack of best efforts' against unseeded Mischa Zverev in the second round of the Shanghai Rolex Masters.

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53. Nick Kyrgios was booed by the crowd for his perceived lack of effort, but denied the accusations, stating "of course I tried".

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54. Nick Kyrgios claims to not fear any opponent, and says he always plays aggressively.

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55. Nick Kyrgios qualified for his first Olympics at Rio 2016 but withdrew from the event due to differences with the Australian Olympic Committee.

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56. Nick Kyrgios was then replaced by Sam Groth in the reverse singles rubber.

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57. Nick Kyrgios made his Davis Cup debut for Australia in September 2013 against Poland at the age of 18.

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58. At the annual Laver Cup Nick Kyrgios was defeated by Former World no.

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59. At Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios defeated Denis Istomin and Robin Haase but lost to Kei Nishikori in straight sets in the third round.

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60. At the Australian Open Round of 32 Nick Kyrgios defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets, but was then beaten by Grigor Dimitrov in a tight four sets, with the latter winning three tie-breaks.

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61. In the Cincinnati Masters, Nick Kyrgios made it to the quarter-finals, where he defeated world no.

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62. Nick Kyrgios eventually fell to Sam Querrey in 3 sets in the semi-finals.

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63. At the Mexican Open, Nick Kyrgios defeated Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the quarter-finals.

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64. Nick Kyrgios reached the third round of the 2016 US Open against Illya Marchenko, before retiring with a hip injury that had affected him in previous rounds.

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65. In the final Nick Kyrgios faced number 1 seed and three-time defending champion John Isner, and defeated him to win his second ATP title.

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66. In the fourth round Nick Kyrgios lost to 2nd seed and eventual champion Andy Murray.

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67. Nick Kyrgios began his year at the Hopman Cup alongside Daria Gavrilova as part of the Australia Green team.

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68. Nick Kyrgios lost to eventual finalist Andy Murray in the quarter-finals in three sets.

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69. Nick Kyrgios began his season at the Sydney International, but lost his opening match against Jerzy Janowicz in three tightly contested sets.

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70. Nick Kyrgios lost in the second round to 8th seed Andy Murray, winning just four games.

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71. Nick Kyrgios won his fourth career challenger title and his third of 2014 when he won the 2014 Aegon Nottingham Challenge beating fellow Australian Sam Groth in straight-set tie-breaks.

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72. Nick Kyrgios reached the final of the 2014 Savannah Challenger, where he defeated second seed Jack Sock for the title.

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73. Nick Kyrgios returned at the 2014 Sarasota Open where he reached the final by defeating Jarmere Jenkins, Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo, Donald Young and coming from a set down against Daniel Kosakowski.

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74. Nick Kyrgios was then forced to withdraw from numerous ATP tournaments in Delray Beach and Acapulco due to an elbow injury.

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75. Nick Kyrgios received a wildcard into the 2014 US National Indoor Tennis Championships, where he lost his first-round match to Tim Smyczek in three sets.

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76. On 8 January, Nick Kyrgios was awarded a wildcard into the 2014 Australian Open, where he won his first-round match against Benjamin Becker in four sets.

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77. Nick Kyrgios was to commence the 2014 season by making his debut at the 2014 Brisbane International after receiving a wildcard.

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78. In the first round Nick Kyrgios had the biggest win of his career to date against the former world number 8 Radek Stepanek in three sets, each of these ending in tie-breaks, giving him the first ATP Tour level win of his career.

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79. Nick Kyrgios was given a wildcard into the qualifying competition of the 2013 French Open.

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80. Nick Kyrgios commenced the year ranked at number 838 and played his first professional tournament of the year at the 2013 Brisbane International, losing in the first round of qualifying to James Duckworth.

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81. Nick Kyrgios won his first ITF junior tour title in Fiji in June 2010, aged 15.

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82. Nick Kyrgios has been in a relationship with Croatian-Australian tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic.

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83. Nick Kyrgios confirmed in January 2015 that he would return home and base himself in Canberra.

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84. Nick Kyrgios was a promising basketball player who represented the Australian Capital Territory and Australia in his early teens before deciding to focus solely on tennis when he was 14 years old.

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85. Nick Kyrgios attended Radford College until Year 8 and completed his Year 12 certificate in 2012 at Daramalan College in Canberra.

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86. Nick Kyrgios was born in Canberra, Australia to a Greek father, Giorgos and a Malay mother, Norlaila ("Nill").

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