After Nick Kyrgios saw what Frances Tiafoe shouted during a substitution in his Laver Cup match against Stefanos Tsitsipas, the Australian chimed in with a comment. "Pause bro," Kyrgios wrote in a video of the moment posted on Instagram by Eurosport.
In the video, Tiafoe is heard saying, "I want all that Greek yogurt!" Frances was referring to Tsitsipas' Greek origins. Stefanos Tsitsipas needed to defeat Frances Tiafoe for the blue team to stay in the decider. Instead, Tiafoe defeated Tsitsipas in one hour and 46 minutes, winning 1-6 7-6 10-8.
The American struggled in the first set but improved in the second. They were even until the tie break, when the Greek squandered four match points to keep the opponent in the match. After winning the last match of the Laver Cup 2022 against the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, the Team World player Frances Tiafoe went straight to the stands to hug and kiss his girlfriend, Ayan Broomfield.
Ayan posted a video of the moment on her Instagram account. "Laver Cup Champions! #TeamWorld," Broomfield captioned the post. Tiafoe's girlfriend was also impressed when Frances beat Nadal at the US Open. After Frances Tiafoe won the US Open against Rafael Nadal, her girlfriend, former NCAA national champion and tennis player Ayan Broomfield, was stunned and her jaw dropped for a few seconds.
Broomfield shared his reaction on Instagram, where he posts regularly. American Frances Tiafoe detailed her love affair with her current girlfriend Ayan Broomfield, who supported him during this year's Rogers Cup, at a press conference in Toronto in 2018.
Eight months after their victory in the Australian Open doubles final against Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis have returned to Melbourne Park to prepare for the final tournaments of 2022.
Kyrgios is more continuous now
Before entering the competition in Tokyo where he will face the Taiwanese Chun-Hsin Tseng (87th), Nick Kyrgios answered a few questions from journalists. He looked back on his last match, his five-set loss to Karen Khachanov in the US Open quarter-finals.
He admitted to having trouble recovering. “I thought the US Open was a big chance, obviously that game hurt me a lot because I really thought I was the favorite after beating Medvedev. Now I just have to wait for the Australian Open, but I just want to keep my form, I just want to keep playing well. I'm doing everything right and I think I can win a Grand Slam, that's for sure," said the 20th in the world.