Novak Djokovic open to COACHING Nick Kyrgios, promises multiple Majors for the Aussie

Novak Djokovic offers to coach Nick Kyrgios to help him win Grand Slam titles


Novak Djokovic open to COACHING Nick Kyrgios, promises multiple Majors for the Aussie

Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios

World No.1 Novak Djokovic gave an interesting talk about Nick Kyrgios. In a recent interview, the World No.1 said that he would love to coach the Australian controversial yet Kyrgios, considered a box-office hit by many. The Australian is away from the tennis courts since January due to a knee injury. The tennis world awaits announcement on his comeback date.

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The 22-time Grand Slam champion’s words about coaching the Australian have already gone viral in the tennis world considering the fact that these two had quite an ambivalent relationship with each other until last year. According to Djokovic, “I would love to coach Nick Kyrgios, He would win five slams with me, but it would not come cheap.”

Djokovic is currently playing in the Sprska Open looking to regain his form and fitness on the clay courts. The interview in which he talked about the Australian was reported to be done by a Sports journalist named Ozmo Sasa (Source: Instagram)

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Nick Kyrgios is yet to announce his comeback tournament after the knee surgery

Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios

The Australian World No.24 Nick Kyrgios is yet to play a tournament this year after a successful 2022 where he won his first Grand Slam title, in doubles, down under. He also played a singles Grand Slam final in Wimbledon. As it appears, the Australian will be looking to come back for the grass season and possibly peak at Wimbledon. With a strong service game, Kyrgios loves playing on the grass courts.

The Aussie recently revealed that he is not quite sure yet when he will be back on the tennis tour. He also said that he is not at all in a hurry to return to the circuit after a successful knee injury at the start of the year. The tennis fans were connecting his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi’s comment previously on her wish to visit Paris and Kyrgios’ response to playing French Open for that. Nevertheless, it won’t happen this year.

As per Kyrgios, “Currently taking it day by day with my knee and building up the load. Trying to get back to where I was. The surgery was a great success. We couldn’t have been more pleased with the outcome of it. Now we will be pushing ahead for a speedy recovery and are aiming to see everyone at Indian Wells.”

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