Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Asian swing due to injury

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Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Asian swing due to injury

Nick Kyrgios announced through his official Twitter account that he will not play the remaining part of the Asian swing, made up of Beijing and Shanghai tournaments, in order to properly heal from a shoulder injury that has been hurting him for months.

The Australian player will be back in his country doing some rehabilitation and trying to come back in time for the Erste Bank Open that takes place in Vienna. Kyrgios will also compete in Paris and the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid.

Meanwhile always in Zhuhai, through his official Instagram account, Milan Krnjetin spoke about how it felt to be Stefanos Tsitsipas's hitting partner: "It was an incredible practice with Stefanos yesterday. There is no better feeling than when you get told from other tennis coach before the training with Tsitsipas: "The test of your career!" ( Since trainings with him are known to be the toughest from all the pros ) and then you deliver under the pressure one of the best trainings!

We trained for more than one hour, then even changed the court and played a full set! Videos coming soon ! Stefanos is such a nice person, very humble and friendly. And even though he was tired from trip and had jet leg , he trained on a very high intensity which I loved so much.

True champion! When you've put all the effort, you have the right mindset , the passion and you aren't afraid to take that step, take that risk and go for it , there are simply no limits! You become unstoppable!"