Nick Kyrgios undergoes knee injury after skipping the Australian Open

Nick Kyrgios Surgery

Nick Kyrgios was hoping to have a fantastic run in the home slam, but he was stopped at the very beginning by a knee injury. Eventually, Nick carriers had knee surgery on Monday, hoping to be back to competitions in a couple of months.

After experiencing knee pain, Kyrgios withdrew from the Australian Open. His physio, Will Maher, said the 27-year-old had undergone an MRI scan, and the results revealed a “parameniscal cyst growing in his left meniscus.” The Wimbledon champion made an effort to prepare for the opening major of the year but ultimately withdrew because he didn’t think his body would hold up for seven matches of tournament play.

 

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Nick Kyrgios in 2023

Nick Kyrgios

37 - 10win/loss

Hard
23-6
Clay
2-1
Grass
12-3
27 year old
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2022 Highlights

Currently ranked no.21, Kyrgios played his last match on the 6th of October 2022 when he defeated world no.95 Kamil Majchrzak 3-6 6-2 6-2 in the 2nd round in Tokyo (draw).

This season the Australian has achieved a compiled 37-10 win-loss record.

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Kyrgios's Record