Mover Of The Week: Nick Kyrgios

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Nick Kyrgios gets the honors this week because he not only won the Abierto Mexicano title over the weekend, he defeated three top ten players en route to the title. The Australian is no stranger to beating the top guys. Once ranked as high as thirteen, Kyrgios is known for his lethal serve and forehand….

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Potential Male Top-Teners

Potential Male Top-Teners

There has been some upheaval in the top ten over the last year, due primarily to injury. Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka,Tomas Berdych, Kei Nishikori, David Ferrer and Milos Raonic have all fallen out of the top ten. The vacancies created by their absence were quickly filled with a crop of younger players:  Alexander…

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Kyrgios starts 2018 with a bang

Kyrgios 2018

Brisbane International, Australia Men’s Final: [21] Nick Kyrgios (AUS) vs. [47] Ryan Harrison When you watch Kyrgios play with focus, you are astounded by the quality of his tennis and you forget that he can be rather naughty on the court. Perhaps this is the season that he puts all that behind him and focuses…

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Dimitrov pushed to the brink by Millman

Dimitrov pushed by Millman

Brisbane International, Australia [3] Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) vs. [128] John Millman (AUS) Millman pushed the defending champion to the brink of elimination and a lack of belief was his undoing. Granted, Dimitrov played some brilliant shots to save one of those match points; however, once Millman lost that set, he lost his way. Was it…

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