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Kyrgios loses to world no.98 in Antwerp
Kyrgios loses to world no.98 in Antwerp
18-Oct-17 Mark Hall 
 

Nick had another bad day at the office

 
 
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It’s not a fantastic time for Nick Kyrgios. After a great run in Beijing that ended only in the final against a vastly superior Rafael Nadal, Nick had one of his moments in Shanghai to retire in the opener against Steve Johnson for apparently no reasons (later he provided some “not-so-convincing” explanations). Then, Kyrgios went to play the ATP500 in Antwerp where he was seeded no.3, but eventually, he fell again at the first hurdle against the world no.98 Ruben Belmans 6-7 (3) 6-3 6-3. Once again it seemed as Kyrgios was struggling with his hip.

Nick is meant to play the next events in Basel and Bercy. Probably that is not going to happen.


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ourdub
 
Nick, even for those of us who love him, has established a pattern of negativity which has become habitual. At 22 he is no longer the new kid on the block working through his youthful misfires. So many of us really like the guy and appreciate his enormous gifts and potential. Still, his lack of control an disrespect for the game may prove too habitual to change. Too bad, he`s a terrific talent and great to watch when he`s not acting like a whiny teenager.......
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Matteo
 
I start to doubt that he will ever achieve somthing super. Let`s face the reality, he is 22, he has won just 3 tournements (0 this year); he is completely immature. I bet that Wawrinka, Cilic will get more from their career
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Pedro
 
1 thing for sure: he always makes headlines and often for the wrong reasons
 Reply 19-Oct-2017
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