July 8, 2022
Nick Kyrgios is in the Wimbledon men’s final and that makes it the hottest ticket in ages.
The Aussie rebel is a massive box office attraction.
We would have taken Kyrgios to beat Rafael Nadal even if the Spaniard had been fit enough to play.
Nick Kyrgios deserves to be in the Wimbledon 2022 final and he will have you on the edge of your Centre Court seats!
Have you secured your place for Sunday’s historic final in this Centenary Year?
It’s going to be a truly wonderful occasion.
When you have Kyrgios in the final, it almost doesn’t seem to matter if his opponent is Cameron Norrie or Novak Djokovic.
Sure, it would be incredible to see a Brit other than Andy Murray in a Wimbledon singles’ final.
And Norrie has been fantastic all tournament – to the delight of British supporters in the crowd.
But the Kyrgios rivalry with Djokovic would also make that more likely prospect enticing and mouth-watering.
Kyrgios is the man who has refused to give Djokovic too much respect.
In fact he has imitated and mocked many of the Serb’s mannerisms.
He knows how to beat Novak too, because he has done it before.
That final would be an extraordinary battle between the Kyrgios power and the Djokovic court craft.
You can expect a psychological thriller in the Wimbledon 2022 final now that Nick Kyrgios is involved.
Let’s face it, anything could happen!
Are you ready to be amazed by the world’s most controversial player?
He has the power to shock even the most seasoned of observers, so it’s going to be quite a show!
Let’s spare a thought for Rafael Nadal, though.
He was such a warrior to battle through his quarter-final against Taylor Fritz in such severe abdominal pain.
Sadly he knew he couldn’t give anything like his best in a semi-final against Kyrgios.
So he has given himself a chance of fighting another day, even perhaps at the US Open if he can get his body right.
Kyrgios sent Nadal a message which read: ‘I hope your recovery goes well and we all hope to see you healthy soon. Till next time…’
Nadal explained his withdrawal: ‘I can’t serve at the right speed…the injury is going to be worse and worse. Happiness is more important than any title.’
Indeed it is. But the battle for the Wimbledon 2022 title is going to be irresistible box office with Nick Kyrgios involved.