Guest &agrav; interviewing Novak Djokovic on court, Nick Kyrgios received some surprising advice from the world number 1…
Novak Djokovic is a player à go. Whether on the pitch, in his attitude or in his interviews, the "Djoker" always gets people talking about him. During his quarter-final à The Australian Open faces à American Taylor Fritz, the Serbian had a huge heat stroke, but managed to win the match. surpass him to once again reach the last square; of this first Grand Slam of the year by winning in four sets, 7-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
At the end of the match, during the traditional interview of the winner on the court, the Serb was surprised to see Nick Kyrgios arrive on the field. Hurt For several months, the Australian has been commenting on matches for Eurosport & during the Australian Open. If Novak Djokovic congratulated for his comments, he still wishedé &agrav; the Australian to quickly return to the courts while claiming from the public a great acclamation for his tennis star, finalist at Wimbledon in 2022 facing à this same Djokovic.
If at first the interview was quite serious with the analysis of Novak Djokovic's match which paid tribute to his evening opponent, the latter took a completely different turn when the whimsical Australian asked &agrav; "Nolé" how to win a Grand Slam. The world number one, smirking, responded with a beautiful irony facing à a hilarious Kyrgios. "You have to take off your shoes, climb to the top and hang upside down on the highest branch for 33 minutes and 3 seconds. Then you will win a Grand Slam. Easy no ?
We don't know if he'll hang around in the meantime, but the Serb, looking for a 25th Grand Slam in career, era and a 5th consecutive Australian Open (he has 10 in total), will have to face in the next round the Italian Jannik Sinner who beat him in from the final of the last Davis Cup a few weeks ago.