Nick Kyrgios And the Ugo Humbert Tuesday’s curfew put through the bill. Today there is a continuation of the match between the Australian and the French at Wimbledon.
Last modified: June 30, 2021 at 8:14 am
Edwin Weindorfer, on the sidelines of the ATP Tour 250 in Stuttgart, suggested that Nick Kyrgios would not even travel to Europe, particularly to London to meet his teammates there after nearly half a year taking a break to measure again. Well, the prospect of a biweekly quarantine upon his return to Australia didn’t deter Kyrgios, nor rewarded for his wanderlust. Because the draw for this year’s third main course brought in Ugo Humbert, winner of HalleWestfalen.
The match that won in one of the big stadiums, thought the organizers in London, who set the meeting between the Frenchman and Kyrgios late on the roofed and flooded 1 stadium. Basically exactly the scenario Nick Kyrgios sees is the only plausible scenario when it comes to his career: you have to play tennis in front of fans. As at the Australian Open, Kyrgios gave up his 2-0 lead to Dominic Thiem almost entirely in front of the stands. Last night before lockdown started again in Melbourne.
Kyrgios finds strength and inspiration
So Kyrgios came to play. Humbert was there anyway. In Halle, Alexander Zverev said he couldn’t do anything different, Humbert was simply too strong. What a left-handed, Kyrgios felt at the start of the year at that Australian Open. Since the local champion saved himself in the match against Tim. At Wimbledon, Kyrgios started well, then slowed down more and more. And when it seemed, after the third move, that Humbert would also have all the physical advantages on his part, Kyrgios found a little strength and inspiration left somewhere.
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Initially, they climbed to 3:3 in the fifth set. Then the superintendent, Jerry Armstrong, appeared at Court No. 1, which was rarely a good sign. A few minutes before 11pm it was over, in consideration of Wimbledon residents. If you have a ticket for Wednesday, you can be happy: The Kyrgios Humbert show continues today after the match between Elina Svitolina and Alison van Uytwanck.
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