Nick Kyrgios has reached a very high level in tennis in this edition of Wimbledon. The Australian has achieved his first semi-final in a Slam and will play a job with Rafael Nadal in his most important match. Meanwhile, in Australia, public opinion about it is divided.
bad guyVictim of the system or attraction?
Nick Kyrgios has often been portrayed as one of the naughty boy From the professional circle, and if we want to give the percentages of the three characters he embodiesAustralian, surely a third of the public thinks it that way. Nick is often seen as a controversial man, a victim of his own arrogance and inner blasts. Various events off the field did nothing but fuel this idea.
“Wimbledon can do without Kyrgios’ crude behavior(Wally Mason, Australian sports journalist).
By contrast, another third see Nick as a victim of the system. A character who should be attacked for his behavior on and off the field. A very original and anti-system man who cannot be accepted by the vast majority of the public and professionals.
“This is an incredible thing. In a year in which he won the doubles title at the Australian Open, where he played the best tennis of his career and was subjected to racial slurs, despite the dangerous statements from TsitsipasWe’re still here to let him know that he’s a bad guy(Osman Farooqi AG journalist).
The last part, however, sees it as a real attraction. A player to always consider for those who have a passion and a reason to pursue tennis for those who have never dealt with the sport. Priceless treasure in a nutshell.
“Yes, Kyrgios has added elements of danger to the game. However, if the sports media focused more on his tennis and not on his anger, usually against himself, then the sky would be his only limit. Come Nick!(Letter from a reader to the editor of The Sydney Morning Herald).
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