Nick Kyrgios believed that he performed very well in the Wimbledon championship match and that he would have prevailed if he had faced someone other than Novak Djokovic. At Wimbledon, Kyrgios, 27, faced up against Djokovic in his first Grand Slam final.
Even though Djokovic, who is regarded as the top returner in the world, won the match 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6, Kyrgios‘ serve was excellent throughout the entire final (3). Kyrgios had a fan Q&A this week on Instagram.
One fan inquired about Kyrgios‘ lessons from competing in his first Grand Slam final. “In all honesty, I think my performance in my first Slam final was outstanding. I would attempt to handle my emotions a little better the next time, but I am aware of the stakes.
I believe that given the manner I served that day, I would have won if I had faced anyone other than Djokovic in the final “According to Kyrgios, Sportskeeda.
Kyrgios withdrew from the Atlanta Open.
This week in Atlanta, Kyrgios was supposed to begin his summer program on a hard court.
Kyrgios walked to the Atlanta Centre Court on Tuesday, but only to apologize to his supporters who had purchased tickets to see him play and to announce his withdrawal. Kyrgios stated that he withdrew due to a knee ailment. The fact that I can’t compete tonight has left me “very shattered,” Kyrgios added.
I’ve won this competition before, and right now I’m playing some of my greatest tennis ever. All I wanted to do was show you guys what I could do, but I’m not in the finest physical condition right now to perform to the best of my ability.
I’m really sorry, but I’m going to hold out hope that I might still be able to play doubles with Thanasi this week.