Finally, grass season. Time for Kyrgios to dominate!

octogon

Professional
Kyrigos is ridiculous.

But honestly, if I were Nadal or Djokovic (or even Nick's idol Fed), I wouldn't want Kyrigos in my part of the draw in Wimbledon. He's the type of guy who thinks beating one of the "Big Three" is like a trophy in itself. So he'll get himself up for that and beat one of them, then lose to Goffin or something.

Then he"ll spend the rest of the season doing nothing, but reminding people that he beat Djokovic/Nadal in a slam 4th round.
 

DRII

G.O.A.T.
NK had a young buck on the other side of the net with almost as much swagger as he has, but with some actual work ethic...
 

True Fanerer

G.O.A.T.
Kyrgios can take his talents to Halle now huh?

Some motivation there with Federer.

Nah, he always plays Queens. Won't happen
 
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Totally serious post, please do do not dismiss as trolling.

Some of us have been fans of Nick from the start. This thread is for us to celebrate Nick and what he brings to the game.

Why Nick?
I think this is a rare personality who can save tennis.
tennis had declined since Mac/Connors
Pro events are vacant, except slams.
Fans crave rivalries

Lendl was a boring zero personality robot.
Sampras too.
Fed .
Nadal doesn't speak English.

Andre is the last tennis player mass public noticed.
Him and Anna Cornucopia

Most people can't even name one pro tennis player anymore.
Today they all get along and never risk their endorsements.
Trash talk and rivals add color to the game

I like Nick's play in the video below
I love the variety in his game.
  1. He has drop shots and lobs.
  2. I love his sneak attack on serve return.
  3. That weird flat FH slap shot!
  4. The jumping moonball killer.

He gets a bad rap.
Wasted potential?
I say He is the pinnacle of dedication
He has gotten to #13.
He is a world class player.
No one gets to #13 without a decade of grueling daily practice.
He has worked harder at tennis than all of his detractors combined

Is he burnt out? I sure hope so.
Playing tennis 5 hours a day for 15 years straight can have that effect.
He is bored of something he's done for 15+ years. Who wouldn't be?
Good for him to realize life is more than just hitting a yellow ball your whole life.
The life of a tennis pro is harsh, painful, lonely, and risky.

GO NICK!
 

OhYes

Legend
Totally serious post, please do do not dismiss as trolling.

Some of us have been fans of Nick from the start. This thread is for us to celebrate Nick and what he brings to the game.

Why Nick?
I think this is a rare personality who can save tennis.
tennis had declined since Mac/Connors
Pro events are vacant, except slams.
Fans crave rivalries

Lendl was a boring zero personality robot.
Sampras too.
Fed .
Nadal doesn't speak English.

Andre is the last tennis player mass public noticed.
Him and Anna Cornucopia

Most people can't even name one pro tennis player anymore.
Today they all get along and never risk their endorsements.
Trash talk and rivals add color to the game

I like Nick's play in the video below
I love the variety in his game.
  1. He has drop shots and lobs.
  2. I love his sneak attack on serve return.
  3. That weird flat FH slap shot!
  4. The jumping moonball killer.

He gets a bad rap.
Wasted potential?
I say He is the pinnacle of dedication
He has gotten to #13.
He is a world class player.
No one gets to #13 without a decade of grueling daily practice.
He has worked harder at tennis than all of his detractors combined

Is he burnt out? I sure hope so.
Playing tennis 5 hours a day for 15 years straight can have that effect.
He is bored of something he's done for 15+ years. Who wouldn't be?
Good for him to realize life is more than just hitting a yellow ball your whole life.
The life of a tennis pro is harsh, painful, lonely, and risky.

GO NICK!
Is this a poem about Nick ? :oops:
 

Pistol10

Professional
Finally, grass season. Time for Kyrgios to dominate!

His best result at Wimbledon was reaching the QF in 2014!
2014: QF.
2015: 4th round.
2016: 4th round.
2017: 1st round.
2018: 3ed round.
 

accidental

Hall of Fame
Kyrigos is ridiculous.

But honestly, if I were Nadal or Djokovic (or even Nick's idol Fed), I wouldn't want Kyrigos in my part of the draw in Wimbledon. He's the type of guy who thinks beating one of the "Big Three" is like a trophy in itself. So he'll get himself up for that and beat one of them, then lose to Goffin or something.

Then he"ll spend the rest of the season doing nothing, but reminding people that he beat Djokovic/Nadal in a slam 4th round.
He's only managed to beat a top player in a slam a total of one time in his entire career. The very first time, and then Nadal didnt play for the next 9 months.

Every other time he comes up against a top player in a 5 set match he folds like a house of cards. He lost to Nishikori on grass in straight sets last year.
 

michaelyoni

New User
Totally serious post, please do do not dismiss as trolling.

Some of us have been fans of Nick from the start. This thread is for us to celebrate Nick and what he brings to the game.

Why Nick?
I think this is a rare personality who can save tennis.
tennis had declined since Mac/Connors
Pro events are vacant, except slams.
Fans crave rivalries

Lendl was a boring zero personality robot.
Sampras too.
Fed .
Nadal doesn't speak English.

Andre is the last tennis player mass public noticed.
Him and Anna Cornucopia

Most people can't even name one pro tennis player anymore.
Today they all get along and never risk their endorsements.
Trash talk and rivals add color to the game

I like Nick's play in the video below
I love the variety in his game.
  1. He has drop shots and lobs.
  2. I love his sneak attack on serve return.
  3. That weird flat FH slap shot!
  4. The jumping moonball killer.

He gets a bad rap.
Wasted potential?
I say He is the pinnacle of dedication
He has gotten to #13.
He is a world class player.
No one gets to #13 without a decade of grueling daily practice.
He has worked harder at tennis than all of his detractors combined

Is he burnt out? I sure hope so.
Playing tennis 5 hours a day for 15 years straight can have that effect.
He is bored of something he's done for 15+ years. Who wouldn't be?
Good for him to realize life is more than just hitting a yellow ball your whole life.
The life of a tennis pro is harsh, painful, lonely, and risky.

GO NICK!
With all this defending him and justifying why you like NK.

I ask you this... So you therefore also support all his antics on the court, the racquet abuse, the umpire abuse and his post match interview?

Not want to denigrate your support, or his skills (which he has), but you need to support the package, not just the selective items.

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aman92

Hall of Fame
This clown will continue to be a joke for any serious tennis observers.... Doesn't deserve a any sort of digital space dedicated to him
 

WhiskeyEE

Legend
No shame in losing to the Stuttgart champ. Berrettini didn't drop a set in the tournament, going through Kyrgios, Khachanov, and AA.

No clue who this guy is, but he's 6'5" and ranked #22 in the live rankings at 23 years old.
 

jm1980

G.O.A.T.
No shame in losing to the Stuttgart champ. Berrettini didn't drop a set in the tournament, going through Kyrgios, Khachanov, and AA.

No clue who this guy is, but he's 6'5" and ranked #22 in the live rankings at 23 years old.
Yeah, in hindsight this doesn't look like such a bad loss anymore
 
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