Does Nick Kyrgios ever feel bad about how he acts on the court?

The finalist at Wimbledon in 2022, Nick Kyrgios, claims he doesn’t regret his actions and that he prefers to be himself on the court. Despite playing the best tennis of his life this season, Kyrgios, 27, nevertheless occasionally loses his temper and control.

Kyrgios hosted a fan Q&A session on Instagram over the weekend. On Instagram, a follower posed the question to Kyrgios: “Do you ever regret your on-court behavior?” Kyrgios answered: “making it enjoyable? being exempt from the same confines as the rest of you? majority of the time winning? being in the top 20 worldwide? Nope, I adore it.”

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“I demand better from myself since I’ve been ice cold under it my entire life. Moreover, there are millions of dollars on the line. Do you have any experience with that?” Kyrgios responded to another spectator.

Kyrgios is currently healing from a knee injury. Kyrgios returned to competition two weeks ago in Tokyo after taking some time off to be at home. Kyrgios reached the quarterfinals in Tokyo in his first competition since the US Open. Unfortunately for Kyrgios and Japanese tennis fans, Kyrgios had to withdraw from his quarterfinal match against Taylor Fritz in Tokyo because of a knee issue.

“My body will benefit more from this choice. After hitting with Thanasi today, I feel that this is the wisest course of action for me to take. I want to do well in the tournaments I have coming up at the end of the year “said Kyrgios in Tokyo.

In late October, when the Paris Masters begins, Kyrgios is anticipated to make a comeback. It’s interesting to note that 27-year-old Kyrgios will make his career debut in Bercy. It will be interesting to see if Kyrgios can impress in his Masters debut at the year’s last event.