Nick Kyrgios‘ knee surgery has been completed, and Bernard Tomic has “put aside his problems with Nick Kyrgios” in order to wish him a speedy recovery. Several times during the past year, Tomic and Kyrgios have engaged in combat.
This time, Tomic is being honorable by expressing his support for Kyrgios. “Despite our differences, we have a long history. I hope @kingkyrgios recovers quickly. A message from Tomic on his Instagram Story stated, “Hope to see him back on the circuit soon.
“Cheers, bruh,” Kyrgios said in response.
Tomic briefly wished Kyrgios a speedy recovery.
A cyst was discovered in Kyrgios‘ knee during an MRI before the Australian Open began as a result of a minor lateral meniscus injury.
After pulling out of the Australian Open this year, Kyrgios came to the conclusion that having surgery was the wisest course of action. “Operation over. I’ll exert every effort to return to my top form. Checking in and sending vibrations to the genuine ones.
Kyrgios said during the weekend, “I adore you. Kyrgios opted out of the United Cup and Adelaide 2 before to the Australian Open. The 27-year-old Kyrgios tried to compete in the Australian Open, but his knee wasn’t feeling well, so he was forced to miss the first Grand Slam of the year.
“I haven’t slept well in the last four or five nights. It has only been hurting. You can see a small lump on the side of my knee every time I push off a serve or land on it. That bulge will eventually continue to grow.
My knee is under pressure, which plainly limits my range of motion. Yes, opening up and simply getting rid of it is the only effective solution, according to Kyrgios. When Kyrgios will be able to play again is still up in the air.