Nick Kyrgios responds to Jordan Peterson’s guidance on overcoming obstacles.

Jordan Peterson, a professor, clinical psychologist, and New York Times bestselling book, provided advise on how to deal with evil in our world in an interview that Nick Kyrgios posted. Avoid engaging in combat with monsters lest you turn into one.

The interviewer referenced the saying, “And if you look into the abyss, the abyss looks into you. You can see the light, not the darkness, if you stare into the abyss for a long enough period of time, Peterson remarked.

When asked if he was certain, Jordan Peterson gave his answer. Peterson declared, “I’m putting my life on the line.” That’s a really big bet because it may cloud your perception so that all you perceive is the darkness and evil in the world.

the interviewer responded. Peterson added, “You haven’t searched long enough.

After being ousted from the US Open, Kyrgios felt horrible.

Following his victory over Daniil Medvedev and the simultaneous elimination of Rafael Nadal from the US Open 2022, Nick Kyrgios was the overwhelming favorite to win the championship match.

But the setback against Karen Khachanov occurred in the New York tournament’s quarterfinals. It was understandable for the Australian tennis star to come across as slightly combative at the news conference. I entered the exhaust field, he said in the press conference.

You simply played the key moments better, I don’t think there is anything else behind this setback, and I can only congratulate Karen who was better than me: he is a warrior, a fighter, and I think he served in a genuinely exceptional fashion today.

Obviously, I’ve played a lot of games recently, so it’s not always easy to be at the top of your game. As soon as I stepped onto the field during the warm-up, I felt a pain in my knee. I just feel crushed, I feel like I just failed.

At the conclusion of the game, I felt OK physically, but emotionally devastated.