Nick Kyrgios had a game full of mixed feelings against Stefanos Tsitsipas in the round of sixteen hall open. The Aussie started the match frustrated as he lost the first set. After that, he was so dissatisfied with his performance that he broke his racquet on the pitch in anger.
However, it seemed that after he got rid of all the frustration inside him by breaking the racquet, he was a completely different player. A set down he had nothing to lose and that’s how he played. He served brilliantly and seemed much more agile than in the first set. He won the second set with ease.
In the third set, Tsitsipas tried to make some good moves, but Kyrgios had an answer to all those moves and also won the third set and the match. It was a great game for Kyrgios as he came from a place where there was a wall behind his back and he had to work hard to win. Such a win could improve his chances of producing some of his best performances Wimbledon.
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Nick Kyrgios gives his racket to a disabled person in court
According to many people, Nick Kyrgios is a mean and selfish person, but he has shown time and time again that he is only rude to those who are rude to him. He’s there to entertain the crowd and play interesting games instead of boring ones. He has managed to lure many people to tennis through his quirks such as the underarm throw, turning between the legs and even speaking opinions from the crowd.
This time he won everyone’s hearts by gifting his broken racquet to one of the disabled fans who came to see the Australian at the Halle Open. In a very heartwarming moment, Krgios autographed his racquet and gifted it to the disabled fan who seemed very happy after receiving the racquet.
Kyrgios said after the game: “The rush in Halle is great. i play for the people Everywhere I go I feel like they want to see me and want to see the show.”
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