The decision by Nick Kyrgios to skip the ATP 500 in Japan has generated debate. The athlete, though, is certain that it was the best decision: “I still have a few competitions left before the season is over, and I want to get there as good as I can.”
In Tokyo, where he was definitely the most anticipated player, Nick Kyrgios quit the competition. The Australian was the top seed in the doubles and beat American Fritz in the quarterfinals of the singles to get to the semifinals against McDonald and Melo.
a well-known star who, at the crescendo, chose to withdraw. It was not an easy goodbye for the organization, especially after Casper Ruud, one of the players of the moment following the US Open final and the event’s top seed, was eliminated in the first round.
However, Kyrgios was adamant about the soundness of the choice when speaking to the media: “It is the greatest choice for my physical makeup, but I must use judgment. This morning, after warming up a little with Thanasi, I decided it would be best to stop.
I still have a few tournaments to play in before the season is through, and I want to do as well as I can.” The world’s 20th-ranked player currently has a record of 35 victories and 10 defeats in 2022, which got him to the Wimbledon final. Three years after his last victory in singles there in Washington, he has done so once more.
In Nole Djokovic‘s absence, the 250 tournament in Naples is courting Kyrgios as well. Kyrgios is anticipated to play in two more tournaments: the ATP 500 in Basel and the Paris Bercy. The tennis community is aware of the argument between Nick Kyrgios and Stan Wawrinka.
Stan Wawrinka was unaware, but according to TVA Sports, Eugene Lapierre told the Journal de Quebec that Kyrgios‘s remarks were broadcast on television via the field’s microphones.
Kyrgios‘ previous match was in the Japan Open.
In stressful situations, Nick Kyrgios admitted that he frequently loses his temper on the court because he has high expectations for himself and because “millions of dollars are on the line.”
“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?” In response to a question from a fan about why he becomes angry under pressure during matches, Kyrgios stated.