Kyrgios about about Alcaraz and Ruusuvuori "boring as hell"

GhostOfNKDM

Professional
I miss Nick on court. Not so much off.
Nick and Bernie would make a terrific doubles team.

Heck Nick and anyone would make a great doubles team. Wonder why he never took it more seriously especially as he says he likes team participation more than singles.
 

junior74

G.O.A.T.
Nick and Bernie would make a terrific doubles team.

Heck Nick and anyone would make a great doubles team. Wonder why he never took it more seriously especially as he says he likes team participation more than singles.
It was fascinating how Bernie really tried, when playing doubles with Rafa. He has some qualities that are rare. Incredible hand skills.

Nick is unfortunately out of control, and probably always will be. Was in a winning position against Thiem in Australia, had to trick and lost. It would have been very interesting to see his full potensial.
 

accidental

Hall of Fame
Nick and Bernie would make a terrific doubles team.

Heck Nick and anyone would make a great doubles team. Wonder why he never took it more seriously especially as he says he likes team participation more than singles.
He’s actually a pretty bad doubles player. A long career of first and second round losses. The only time he’s really had success is playing with former no.1 doubles player Jack sock
 

NADALalot

Hall of Fame
Kyrgios is obsessed with tennis, even when he's retired.
What a fake.
Reminds me of when Murray accidentally revealed that Kyrgios trains as hard as anyone on tour.
The jig is up.
 

Jai

Rookie
I thought the new Kyrgios was more compassionate and considerate of others’ mental health.
:) I don't think Kyrgios even understands the meaning of those terms. That was just an attempt at social media brownie points he put on, at a time when his ex GF was apparently making some allegations of cheating/abusive behaviour about him, again on social media. Kyrgios has always come across as a textbook example of a Grade A a**h**e. Pity is, some people actually like him for that behaviour, calling it "personality".
 

Keizer

Professional
I don’t know, I personally like the groundstrokes on both of these players. Sure they aren’t all courters like Federer, but who is?
 

zipplock

Hall of Fame
If NK plays Alcaraz, I wonder if he will try to out-loud Alcaraz, who clearly makes his noise AFTER the shot. I can see NK DARING the umpire to call hinderence. I would like to see this!!!!
 

GhostOfNKDM

Professional
Spectators should buy Default Insurance if buying tickets for their matches.
I know you're making a rhetorical point, but still, spectators pay for sessions that include multiple matches. I've never seen anyone buy a ticket for a doubles match.
 

Sudacafan

Talk Tennis Guru
I know you're making a rhetorical point, but still, spectators pay for sessions that include multiple matches. I've never seen anyone buy a ticket for a doubles match.
Super rhetorical point:

Program of the day:
1st match: men singles, Gilles Simon vs Kei Nishikori
2nd match: men singles: Raonic vs Karlovic
3rd match: men doubles: Nick Kyrgios/Bernie Tomic vs Whoever

You consider to buy the day tickets based on which match?
 

Sudacafan

Talk Tennis Guru
Elaborating in stereotypes, Alcatraz can’t be boring, because of Spanish exciting citizenship with loud screams.
Ruusuvuori (a nuisance to spellcheck his name every time you write it down), well, Finnish cannot be much exciting at first thought.
 

merwy

G.O.A.T.
Hard to believe someone finds Alcaraz boring while calling themselves a tennis fan. He’s a great clay player but also hits beautiful drop shots and comes to the net a lot. He’s also one of the most promising young guys we have right now. Does he have to start hitting a 1hbh to be called interesting?
 
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