Nick Kyrgios is furious: "I don't give a damn"
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After winning the Washington tournament and a more than decent tournament in Montreal, Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios stopped at the Quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati. It had come to a point where Nick was the big favorite, especially after the win against world number one Daniil Medvedev.
Kyrgios, after being defeated also in the season on grass, lost again against the Polish Hubert Hurkacz, winner in three sets with the result of 7-6 (4) 6-7 (6) 6-1. In the press conference, Kyrgios clarified the reasons for the defeat and also spoke again about his complicated relationship with the media world: "Honestly, I don't give a damn about the media, I'm here because I have to be here and I don't want to be fined, just for this." Nick explained that if it were possible he would gladly give up these conferences: "It's a routine thing now and I don't like it very much, but I'd rather not be here right now."
Kyrgios and the seed role at the US Open
Nick Kyrgios then spoke about the possibility of starting as seeded at the next US Open and reiterated: "The thing that really interests me is the fact that I don't have to catch players like world number one Daniil Medvedev in the first round, for this reason.
all this is important." In the press conference Kyrgios spoke about the match against Hurkacz, praising the opponent for certain things. Here are his words: "Hubert has a spectacular serve, one of the best in the world and this shot helped him a lot.
I knew I didn't have much gas in the tank today. My body has been subjected to constant strain and I think it is normal to be out of energy," explained Kyrgios in the press conference." He then added: "This week I had problems: both my abdominals and my knees." Nick also said during the Montreal event: "I have been living away from home for three months, traveling and playing tennis nonstop.
I haven't seen my parents, who are not very well right now, for three months. So all I want is that it is worth it. There are two tournaments to go before I go home and I will do my best to do well."