After preventing Frances Tiafoe from winning by five match points, Nick Kyrgios divulges his strategy.

Tennis player Nick Kyrgios from Australia said he approaches match points like any other point, which is one of the reasons why he was able to maintain composure against Frances Tiafoe while trailing by five match points. In the Washington quarterfinal, Kyrgios defeated Tiafoe 6-7 (5) 7-6 (12) 6-1 after saving a total of four match points.

After the game, Kyrgios was questioned about how he was able to hold off Tiafoe on a total of five match points. “I don’t even consider that a match point, to be honest. I will ultimately be a loser if I lose. I’m going to shake their hand and say, “Too excellent,” to them.

I stopped there. I positioned myself in a position to stay in the fight, and based on my observations, I thought he was engaging the fans right away. Early on, I expended a small amount of energy, “According to Kyrgios, Sportskeeda.

Kyrgios prevailed in the Tiafoe test.

After Kyrgios had a 5-2 lead in the first set tie-break, Tiafoe claimed the next five points to deny the Australian the first set. Tiafoe had five match points in the second set tie-break to win the match in a close two sets after taking the first set by way of a tie-break.

However, Kyrgios had other ideas, as the Australian player held onto all of those match points before converting on his fourth set point to force a decider. As Kyrgios broke the American twice in the third set to complete a significant comeback victory, Tiafoe never fully recovered from dropping the second set.

The only service breaks that occurred during the game were those two. “Conditions out here are difficult. You lose a lot of fluids out here, and toward the end, my serve picked up speed. At the finish, I felt like I had new legs. In these circumstances, serving 130 is rather beneficial. I truly like where I am right now “Kyrgios threw in.