The 2022 Championships kept on giving until the very end
September 28, 2021
Novak Djokovic made Nick Kyrgios his 28th successive Wimbledon victim with a typically deadly performance in the final.
The super Serb has taken four Wimbledon titles in a row and seven in all. That makes him a true master of his craft on grass.
No wonder Novak Djokovic loves Wimbledon Centre Court like no other!
He explained: ‘Every year it gets more meaningful. I am really blessed. The most special court in the world.’
Kyrgios couldn’t argue with the supreme skill Djokovic displayed when it mattered.
‘He’s a bit of a god, I’m not going to lie. I thought I played well,’ said Nick. And that just about sums it all up.
Nick Kyrgios Downs Stefanos Tsitsipas in The Unmissable Psychological War.
Wimbledon 2022 might just be remembered most for this one – the most bad-tempered match in the tournament’s history. This was box-office tennis and Kyrgios eventually won the mind games.
After an unforgettable clash with Stefanos Tsitsipas, perhaps the score line was the simplest aspect to recount.
For the record, Kyrgios triumphed 6-7 (2-7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (9-7). But that doesn’t even begin to tell the story.
Nick Kyrgios and the tension he generated against Tsitsipas at Wimbledon 2022 will live long in the memory.
Aussie Nick began to get into his opponent’s head with a perfectly legal but totally outrageous ‘tweener underarm serve.
Then he complained about an equally legal Tsitsipas challenge to a service line-call. Kyrgios felt it
And although there were several unsavoury aspects to this psychological thriller, the tennis world can’t wait for the next instalment involving anti-hero Kyrgios.
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