Nick Kyrgios withdrew from the Winston-Salem Open on Sunday evening due to a left knee injury before a scheduled first-round showdown against former World No. 1 Andy Murray. Murray will now play lucky loser Noah Rubin.
“I was in Florida, in Bradenton rehabbing and training and came here obviously excited to
Captain John McEnroe announced Thursday that Nick Kyrgios, Reilly Opelka and John Isner will join Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime and Diego Schwartzman on Team World at the Laver Club, to be played from 24-26 September.
“Reilly had a great run last week in Toronto to reach the finals and I’ve been really impressed with his recent
© Peter Staples/Citi Open Nick Krygios and Frances Tiafoe defeat Rohan Bopanna and Ivan Dodig on Wednesday in Toronto. This article contains: Skupski/Venus also advance
Wild cards Nick Kyrgios and
© Peter Staples/ATP Tour Nick Kyrgios will compete in Canada's ATP Masters 1000 event for the seventh time. This article contains: This will be the Aussie's third tournament of the North American hard-court
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Two years ago at the Citi Open in Washington, Kyrgios went on one of the most memorable runs of his career to claim the ATP 500 title. Along the way, the Aussie gave a new dimension to fan engagement. The
Despite almost 16,000 km between the U.S. capital and his home base in Australia's capital, Canberra, Nick Kyrgios finds a comforting sense of home at the site of his most memorable title run. While the 26-year-old proves a drawcard at any stop on tour, outside his home country, he holds
Nick Kyrgios has a talent for drawing crowds and engaging with fans from all over the world. On Monday night, he got a chance to mingle with one of his more famous fans after getting a visit from Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz at the Truist Atlanta Open.
Wentz and his
© Truist Atlanta Open/Alex Smith Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios advance to the second round in Atlanta with a straight-sets win against Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi and Divij Sharan. This article contains: Opelka and Sinner
The return of Wimbledon for the first time since 2019 brought about many special moments in the opening week. From Andy Murray’s heroic victories to Frances Tiafoe’s seismic win, ATPTour.com looks back at five magical highlights from week one at The Championships.
Murray MagicPeople were not sure what to expect from
Nick Kyrgios couldn’t hide his disappointment on Saturday after a third-round exit at The Championships, but the Australian insists he will look to play in more tournaments moving forwards.
“I definitely feel more comfortable getting out there,” said Kyrgios, after he retired due to an abdominal strain at the end of