“I am one of the best players in the world,” Nick Kyrgios proud of himself following his Citi Open triumph

Nick Kyrgios, the 27-year-old Australian professional feels proud of himself over his progress after losing the WImbledon finals and winning the Citi Open

Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios
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Nick Kyrgios, the 27-year-old Australian professional has been enjoying his wonderful form this season, ranked world number 37 at the moment, Kyrgios made a big jump in the rankings after winning the Citi Open yesterday as he beat Yoshihito Nishioka in the finals of the tournament.

Kyrgios also had a fairy tale run at this year’s Wimbledon as he reached the finals of the tournament after Rafael Nadal gave him a walkover into the finals after withdrawing from the semis. Kyrgios unfortunately lost the final to Novak Djokovic who won the 21st Grand Slam title of his career.

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Nick Kyrgios full of appreciation for himself following his excellent form

Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios

After reaching the finals of Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios produced more magical performances at the 2022 Citi Open and won his 17th ATP title. Following his form, the Australian will now be competing at the Canadian Open where he is scheduled to face Argentine professional Sebastian Baez in the round of 64 of the tournament.

Talking about his recent success in a press conference, Nick Kyrgios said, “I am very proud of myself and my team. It’s been an incredible week, where I’ve been able to win some very close matches and I’m proud to have used the confidence I gained at Wimbledon to keep myself at the highest level. I feel like I’m reaping the rewards of these last few months of intensive training. I’ve been trying to do my best for eight months since before the Australian Open I decided to do a full training block. I felt good there and I know now that I am one of the best players of the year. I reinvented myself, I’m making history and I’m proud of it. If Wimbledon had distributed points, I would be close to the top 10.

It seems inevitable now with Kyrgios’ form that he will be getting very close to the top 10 or even break into the top 10 in the coming future. He will be looking to follow up on his performances at the Citi Open and go all the way at the Canadian Open as well.

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