Nick Kyrgios makes funny rookie blunder in broadcasting debut at the 2023 ATP Finals 

2022 Wimbledon Finalist Nick Kyrgios is an analyst now.


Nick Kyrgios makes funny rookie blunder in broadcasting debut at the 2023 ATP Finals 

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Nick Kyrgios, the Australian tennis player has become people’s favorites as he continues to keep the comments sections busy with his controversial statements. Recently, he made a hilarious debut in the broadcasting industry by mispronouncing a word.

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The Australian made his debut on the Tennis Channel as a commentator. He gave his expertise on the match between Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev. The Russian played exceptionally well to come through against the 2 time ATP Final winner and to secure his spot in the semi-finals of this tournament for the third time in his career. Kyrgios was explaining a few tactics that would work best against Medvedev when he had a slip. Kyrgios said during the analysis:

You look at people who have had s*x I mean success against um, Medvedev, Alcaraz, every time he plays against Medvedev, he is moving forward, taking all those volleys, taking time away from. It's crucial.

The Australian luckily corrected his slip and realized that it was hilarious. His co-commentator also pulled his leg by replaying the moment during commercial time. This is a hilarious way to mark an entry to the Tennis Channel for the Australian who is not very embarrassed about the slip-up and took it lightly.

Nick Kyrgios revealed that he is a student of the game

In a recent interview with the Tennis Channel, Nick Kyrgios was called to be a commentator for the very first time. During his time, he also revealed his upcoming plans and the interest he has in the game. He reveals that he has played the players before and has specific tactics for all of them. 

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The former Wimbledon finalist revealed:

I love watching tennis. I feel like I'm a bit of a student of a game. I watch my own film, I have my own tactics ... I've played these guys a lot, and I know what they're going to be doing under pressure. I know how to have success, and equally, what their strengths are. 

The Australian has been out of the game for almost the entire year due to a knee injury and looks to return with a bang next year in time for the Australian Open. However, in this time, he has explored his other interests of commentating and more. He did extremely well for his first time commentating and only time will tell if we can see Nick more on the screen.

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