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Kyrgios lost in the ATP Finals? “I will not leave Australia for 6 months”

Nick Kyrgios, who just attended a show in Mexico City with Cameron Norrie and some local players, has made some statements suggesting that he will drop the row over the ATP 2022 finals in doubles, as he qualified alongside Kokinakis.

Nick Kyrgios, sensational revelation

Kyrgios revealed his desire to be by his mother’s side and enjoy some free time with his girlfriend: “My idea is to stop playing until after Christmas. I want to spend more time in Australia with my family and friend,” he said. The Australian tennis player, who has announced his desire to play the 2023 United Nations Cup, a new event in which he may face Rafael Nadal.

He told TheAge: “I’m going to take these summer weeks back home to prepare well for that tournament. What I’m really expecting is that I’m not going to spend more than 5 or 6 months outside Australia.”

It is not clear whether the reference is to the current season only or the next. The Australian, who pulled off his best career season and culminated in the Wimbledon final, is no stranger to such releases.

Recently the Australian participated in one lawsuit I joked several times with Novak Djokovicthe hangman at Wimbledon and his potential doubles partner in 2023. Nick’s next season should start with the newly born United Cup, but nothing is certain: “If my body is fine and preparations are going in the right direction, I will be there,” he declared.

Australia fell into an iron group with Spain led by Rafael Nadal and Great Britain, scheduled at Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney. Kyrgios will join Alex de Minaur to lead the Australian team with Agla Tomljanovic.

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But if the Kyrgios pair Kokkinakis Kyrgios were to actually announce, as it now seems clear, a loss in Turin, the place would be taken by the duo formed by Puets and Venus, with Fognini/Bolelli as a potential reserve. getty image credits

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