Ex-coach of Andy Murray responds to Nick Kyrgios’ assertion that he “let people down”

Nick Kyrgios did not disappoint his supporters, according to Jamie Delgado, because he gave it everything before losing to Karen Khachanov and gave it his all. Kyrgios was devastated after losing to Khachanov in five sets in the US Open quarterfinal.

The Australian stated that he felt “like s—-” and that he had “let so many people down.” Kyrgios was unquestionably the favourite to defeat Khachanov and make his first-ever US Open quarterfinal after defeating top-seeded Daniil Medvedev in the round of 16.

Khachanov, though, showed up to compete and defeated Kyrgios 7-5 4-6 7-5 6-7 (3) 6-4. Delgado, who has worked with Andy Murray and Denis Shapovalov, believes that Kyrgios‘ performances in New York left no one disappointed. “When I saw that, I had some sympathy for him.

Although he hasn’t let his squad down, he will feel that way, Delgado told Tennis365. “As a teammate, all you want is for the athlete to give it their all on the field after doing the greatest preparation possible. He was clearly under pressure to succeed.

His family will undoubtedly want to see him participating and having fun. You haven’t let anyone down if you lose.

Kyrgios‘ remarks following his exit from the US Open.

“I genuinely feel disgusting.

I think I’ve disappointed a lot of people. These four competitions, in my opinion, are the only ones that will ever be significant. It’s as if you have to start from scratch. I must hold off till the Australian Open. Simply devastating,

It’s so sad, like. For everyone I know who wants me to succeed, not just for myself, “Kyrgios remarked. Even though Kyrgios may not have won the US Open, he had a fantastic summer. At Wimbledon, Kyrgios advanced all the way to his first Grand Slam final. At the US Open, he did the same. Kyrgios has already travelled back to Australia, where he is relaxing and visiting with his loved ones.