A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size If at the age of 19 someone had beaten Rafael Nadal, at 20 ousted Roger Federer, and at 21 Novak Djokovic, that person would be highly rated. Nick Kyrgios, who beat these tennis greats in their first encounters, is such a person. Praise has been heaped on the now 23-year-old from many hall of famers. John McEnroe, a seven-time slam winner, said: “Nick to me is the most talented tennis player of the last ten years I’ve seen.” Chris Evert, who won 18 slams, said: “We can just stand by and marvel at his talent.” Eight-time slam champ Andre Agassi said: “Nick Kyrgios has a talent that is potentially unparalleled in the tennis world.” However, as we all know, talent can only get you so far. Throughout the young Aussie’s career, Kyrgios has failed to make it past the first round of a slam on six occasions. His most recent of which was yesterday’s straight-sets loss to Milos Raonic. Since he made it to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon and the Australian Open as a 19-year-old in 2014 and 2015 respectively, Kyrgios has reached the… Read full this story
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