Nick Kyrgios will also be featured in the new Netflix tennis series Break Ponint, which will be streamed in the first five episodes on January 2023.
The Australian probably played his best year since playing tennis this year, managing to win a doubles at the Australian Open with his lifelong friend Kokkinakis but above all he reached the Wimbledon final only to lose against Novak Djokovic in four sets.
Thanks to excellent performances on grass and hard courts, despite the fact that the London major did not guarantee points, the 27-year-old from Canberra has climbed many positions reaching number 22 in the world rankings which is a lot considering that Kyrgios has not participated in practically any tournament on clay other than the 250 in Houston.
In 2023, however, she announced his presence at the Roland Garros, but only because his fiancée has never visited Paris in his life.
Nick wanted to have his opinion on this new TV series by the Australian tennis player, who, with a short but concise tweet, released the following statements: "I’m bar for the sport… right," adding a smiling emoticon.
This post published by the Australian has aroused not only hilarity, but also anger from various users of the platform, where some have even defined the Australian as a disgrace to the sport and full of himself, such as this comment: "If you want to see a full of himself and trying to prove to others that he is relevant and important to this sport."
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Netflix Break Point
Netflix, with a trailer, announced the release of the new series which will be called Break Point and which will see the participation of many young tennis players.
In the first episode that will be aired soon there will be Felix Auger-Aliassime, Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe and Thanasi Kokkinakis for men while Ajla Tomljanovic, Paula Badosa, Aryna Sabalenks and Maria Sakkari for women.
In the next episodes we will see the participation of tennis players such as Iga Swiatek, Sloane Stephens, Ons Jabeur, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Matteo Berrettini.