Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios
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  • Career
    • Full name is Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios. Nickname is Kygs.
    • Started playing tennis at age 6 with his mother.
    • Father, George, is Greek and a painter; mother, Norlaila, is Malaysian and a retired computer engineer; brother, Christos; sister, Halimah.
    • Honoured alongside Kokkinakis as 2022 ATP Fans' Favourite Doubles Team.
    • Favourite shot is his serve and tournamentsare Wimbledon and US Open.
    • Idols growing up were Roger Federer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and basketball players LeBron James, Kevin Garnett and Michael Jordan.
    • Loves watching and playing basketball. Favourite NBA team is Boston Celtics.
    • Follows a vegan diet.
    • Listens to a variety of music. Favourite artists are Lil Wayne, Fetty Wap and Drake.
    • Enjoys comedy TV shows and movies.
    • Likes playing Call of Duty and considers himself "the best gamer on the tennis tour."
    • Created Nick Kyrgios Foundation (NKF) in support of underprivileged youth. Foundation received an ATP ACES for Charity grant of $15,000 in 2018. Learn more at
    • Donated $33,800 for Australian bushfire relief in January 2020 -- $200 for each acehit at Australian Open and ATP Cup (169 aces in 8 singles matches).
    • Also in 2020, personally delivered food to fellow citizens of Canberra who were in needduring COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Later in 2020, teamed with Old El Paso to launch #MessFreeChallenge in which tennis players recorded practice videoswith a racquet in one hand and a tortilla pocket in the other. More than 100,000 Old El Paso meal products were donated to food banks and disadvantaged families around the world.
    • Withdrew from 11 events in 2018, 7 events in 2019 and 2 events in 2020 due to right elbow, left wrist, hip, knee, shoulder and collarbone injuries.
    • Only played Melbourne-2 and Australian Open during COVID-19 pandemic from March 2020 through May 2021.
    • Underwentarthroscopic surgery on left knee in January 2023.

    (UPDATED 12 DECEMBER 2022)

    • Former World No. 1 junior broke into Top 50 at age 19 in 2015 and ended 2016 at career-high No. 13.
    • Reached 2022 Wimbledon final as No. 40, becoming 1st unseeded Grand Slam men’s finalist since Tsonga at 2008 Australian Open and lowest-ranked since No. 54 Baghdatis at 2006 Australian Open.
    • Earned total of 61 victories in 2022 (37 singles, 24 doubles), winning 7th singles title at Washington and doubles titles at Australian Open w/Kokkinakis, Atlanta w/Kokkinakis and Washington w/Sock.
    • Defeated No. 1 Nadal in 4 sets to reach 2014 Wimbledon QF as 144th-ranked WC and No. 1 Medvedev in 4 sets to reach 2022 US Open QF.
    • Joined countryman Hewitt as 2nd player to win 1st meeting withNadal(2014 Wimbledon 4R), Federer (2015 Madrid 2R) and Djokovic (2017 Acapulco QF).


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