Kyrgios will star in a Netflix documentary: his reasons behind the choice

A Netflix documentary featuring Nick Kyrgios and his fiancée will take viewers behind the scenes of the tennis world. An onlooker noticed the Australian tennis star shooting at Wimbledon; in the meantime, his girlfriend, Costeen Hatzi, shared photographs of their shoots on Instagram with the message “Coming soon!”

Nick Kyrgios’ post-Wimbledon party was attended by a group of men Costeen referred to as “Netflix dudes,” and Costeen shared images of several of them on Instagram.

The reason why Kyrgios picked Netflix as a sponsor.

When asked by the Herald Sun why he agreed to feature in Netflix’s upcoming documentary, Nick Kyrgios gave an open and honest answer. “I was intrigued because I believe tennis is undergoing a cultural shift.

In my opinion, there is a great deal of information that cannot be concealed. Tennis is a sport dominated by white people “, Kyrgios stated. The Aussie also talked about his favorite parts of the shoot.

According to Kyrgios, “I really appreciated being able to display my heritage and how I act and connect with people.”. “In my opinion, it’s an entirely new perspective on the sport.

Seeing me, (Frances) Tiafoe, and (Naomi) Osaka in action is inspiring for aspiring black athletes who aspire to play tennis “, Kyrgios said in a statement.

Netflix’s “Drive to Survive,” a series devoted to Formula 1, is intended to serve as a model for the new documentary. Each season of Formula 1 is described as “a vicious battle for supremacy between the world’s best drivers, managers, and team owners” in this television programs.

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Kyrgios will star in a Netflix documentary: his reasons behind the choice
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By Antonio Zaccaro

Hello, I'm Antonio Zaccaro, tennis lover since I was 13. I started this blog out of pure passion, and now it has become my job. I constantly follow all the tournaments and I am always updated on all the news. What I know, I share with all my readers. My considerations are the result of hours and hours spent in front of screens and on tennis courts.