Nick Kyrgios says he brings out the best in his opponents as they are “super excited” to play him.
The Australian beat Lorenzo Sonego 7-5, 6-4 on Tuesday to progress to the last 32 of the Cincinnati Masters, and was quick to take credit for his opponent’s performance.
Kyrgios told reporters: “I think the strengths of all my opponents come out when they play me. That’s pretty cool.”
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Nick Kyrgios believes he brings out the best in his opponents because they are a “super excited” to play him.
The outspoken Australian beat Lorenzo Sonego 7-5, 6-4 on Tuesday in an exciting affair at the Cincinnati Masters to progress to the last 32.
Both players put on an excellent show for the crowd in Ohio, producing a number of eye-catching moments — most notably an enthralling rally late in the second set when the pair exchanged 15 shots, including a between-the-legs lob from Kyrgios just before Sonego won the point.
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But after the match, it didn’t take long for Kyrgios to claim credit for both his and his …read more
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