Why Jannik Sinner withdrew in Indian Wells with Kyrgios facing Nadal next

Jannik Sinner

Jannik Sinner and Nick Kyrgios were meant to face off in the Indian Wells 4th round, but unfortunately that didn’t happen. Italian sensation had to withdraw with illness to allow the Australian player to access the quarterfinal without playing a single point.

Jannik was seen struggling with his stomach when he was facing Benjamin Bonzi in the 3rd round. Eventually, the Italian won the match in 2 hours and 37 minutes, but it was clear that his condition was quite precarious. Unfortunately, he couldn’t recover in time to Kyrgios.

Sinner in Indian Wells, ranking, and results in 2022

Jannik Sinner

13 - 2win/loss

Hard
11-2
I Hard
2-0
20 year old
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2022 Highlights

Currently the world no.10, Jannik owns a compiled 13-2 record in 2022. Jannik is currently competing in Indian Wells where he bested Laslo Djere 6-3 6-3 and Benjamin Bonzi 7-65 3-6 6-4.

Sinner
Indian Wells
Sinner's Record
Sinner
Projected
Draw

Kyrgios in Indian Wells, ranking, and results in 2022

Nick Kyrgios

4 - 2win/loss

Hard
4-2
27 year old
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2022 Highlights

Ranked world no.132, Nick has achieved a compiled 4-1 win-loss record in 2022. The Australian is currently competing in Indian Wells where he ousted Sebastian Baez 6-4 6-0, Federico Delbonis 6-2 6-2, Casper Ruud 6-4 6-4 and Jannik Sinner w/o.

Nick Kyrgios will compete against the world no.4 Rafael Nadal in the quarter. Their actual record is 5-3 for Nadal.

Nick won 6 titles in his career: 5 on hard courts and 1 on indoor courts. (See the list of his titles)

Kyrgios
Indian Wells
Kyrgios's Record
Kyrgios
Projected
Draw

Jannik Sinner and Nick Kyrgios have never squared off.

Jannik Sinner and Nick Kyrgios

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