World no.91 Alexander Bublik from Kazakhstan is one of the most interesting players on tour with his crazy variations and unorthodox game.

However, according to many, the youngster seems to be a “copy and paste” of Nick Kyrgios as he is doing some of his crazy shots and he is often caught alternating “mad” 2nd serve aces with questionable (but successful) underarm serves.

During his recent match at the Roland Garros against Dominic Thiem Alexander was also seen playing the same “weird bottle game” that Kyrgios was recently playing in Miami.

The good side of it is that Bublik is not caught (yet) displaying Kyrgios’ antics.

QUESTION: So, is this good or bad for tennis?

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One day, people will stop whipping Nick every time he does something new and instead credit him for being ingenious. No wonder he throws chairs occasionally with spectators heckling him non-stop. He’s a genius. And young geniuses learn from him – and don’t make his mistakes (such as giving interviews to Rottenberg).