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Former Australian tennis player and coach Roger Rasheed said he was surprised the 'strange' foot fault rule even existed. The fault was not the only anger inducing moment of the Sunday night game. Kyrgios' anger was later directed at his own team
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The Australian continued to serve well and had two set points on Zverev's serve at 6-5, but the German saved both then played a superb tiebreak to take a stranglehold on the rubber. Once Zverev broke to go ahead 3-1 the result was never really in doubt
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The rules were changed after a host of players pulled out of their first round Wimbledon matches last year. Nick Kyrgios was one of those players, while Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic's opponents also withdrew. After the withdrawal, Chung went on to
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He loves tennis, otherwise, he wouldn't be as good as he was. He's facing a question of where does he want to go with the rest of his life. He's the only one that can find an answer to that.” "He's a fine tennis player. If he puts in the work and
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From Roger Federer's dominance to the rise of cult hero Hyeon Chung and Caroline Wozniacki adding her name to the list of women's grand slam champions, the highlights have come thick and fast from Melbourne Park. But not all the memorable moments from
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But many fine players have never gone so far, from Nick Kyrgios to David Goffin. And then there is Edmunds unprepossessing ranking (49) to consider. Until Tuesday, no unseeded man had reached a major semi-final since Rainer Schuettler and Marin Safin
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Sometimes Nick Kyrgios—who reached round four, showing growing maturity—doesn't just cleave public opinion; he cleaves individual opinion. You love the fact that he plays doubles, performing on the lesser courts and putting some coin in the pocket of
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Nick Kyrgios says he's in a much better “head space” than this time last year when he was booed off court at the Australian Open, and looking forward to what comes next, AFP writes. Twelve months ago the combustible Australian was in a bad place after
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That has resulted in him losing the $21,085 (£16,000) he would have earned in prize money. The point penalty followed an earlier warning for smashing two balls angrily out of court, for which Kyrgios has been fined $10,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct
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Mark Philippoussis agrees Nick Kyrgios should continue flying solo until he's ready to commit to a fulltime coach, AAP reports. Kyrgios is vowing to continue going it alone - ala Roger Federer early in his career - after reaching the fourth round of
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This follows last year's total fine of $41,500 (£31,430) for tanking – tennis-speak for giving up – against Mischa Zverev in the second round of Shanghai. There was also a three-week ban imposed last season, although that was reduced from eight weeks  -
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The all-court player sits at 74 in live rankings and has performed well this summer, taking a set off Nick Kyrgios in Brisbane before upsetting American John Isner during the Australian Open. But it was not enough to force his way into the side to play
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German Mischa Zverev was fined a whopping $45,000 for an unprofessional effort in his first-round defeat to Hyeon Chung. The fine – almost all of his $60,000 prize money for being a first-round loser – is so big because he retired just 48 minutes into
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Except for Hyeon Chung and Kyle Edmund and to a certain extent Nick Kyrgios, not many of the Next Gen players succeeded. There were some tough battles like the second-round challenge between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Denis Shapovalov, which was won by the
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However, the future appears bright judging by Kyrgios and de Minaur. “Australia's got a good one there,” Zverev said of world No.139 de Minaur. “He is playing unbelievable tennis for an 18-year-old.” De Minaur cut a shattered figure after the match but