USO R3: [28] Nick Kyrgios vs Andrey Rublev

Kyrgios vs Rublev


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Nadal15thslam

Hall of Fame
I think you're discounting Rafa. I watched Nadal in 2004 and he rarely, rarely dropped serve when serving for a match. Rublev choked to love when serving against Tsits last week. Rublev is not the talent Nadal was, no way.
Of course he isn't but no one is. He is one of the best next genners though
 

Aussie Darcy

Bionic Poster
I don't even understand this NYC crowd. Now they're booing what? Rublev for complaining about the light or the man who did it?
 

TennisFan3

Legend
If you'd been to NY you'd know. Different culture than anywhere else in the world aside from New Jersey.
It's not even the culture specifically. It's just the diversity. It is such a melting pot for people from all over the world. If there was one place that could be called the capital of the world, that would be it.
I've lived in NYC for several years and don't really subscribe to the notion of NYers being rude. The crowd in the UsOpen is not a fair representation of the NY people.
Of course, there is a lot going on and people would be in a hurry. But over there, I've met and made friends with some of the nicest people I've ever met.
 

Slimerer

Rookie
It's not even the culture specifically. It's just the diversity. It is such a melting pot for people from all over the world. If there was one place that could be called the capital of the world, that would be it.
I've lived in NYC for several years and don't really subscribe to the notion of NYers being rude. The crowd in the UsOpen is not a fair representation of the NY people.
Of course, there is a lot going on and people would be in a hurry. But over there, I've met and made friends with some of the nicest people I've ever met.
They're rude.
 

MeatTornado

Legend
It's not even the culture specifically. It's just the diversity. It is such a melting pot for people from all over the world. If there was one place that could be called the capital of the world, that would be it.
I've lived in NYC for several years and don't really subscribe to the notion of NYers being rude. The crowd in the UsOpen is not a fair representation of the NY people.
Of course, there is a lot going on and people would be in a hurry. But over there, I've met and made friends with some of the nicest people I've ever met.
But they are a fair representation of NY sports fans.
 

sredna42

Hall of Fame
This match is done. Kyrgios is purely a front runner. There's no coming back when he's down a set. He'll start weird chit now.

Don't mind rublev winning. He has some mongrel in him and could be a head kicker if he gets it together.
 

NoleFam

G.O.A.T.
Nick can hit some big shots on both sides but if you move him in intense aggressive rallies, he will more often than not not be able to sustain. That's the difference between him and the big boys of this game who have won Slams. They would have broken that last game and not be as dependent on serve alone since they can return serve.
 
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Demented

Rookie
Where do they find these announcers.... they should ban words like sumptuous.... The guy calling Kyrgios vs Huong was in love with Nick.. it was disturbing...
 
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