'When Nick Kyrgios' ready, we’re ready', says manager

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'When Nick Kyrgios' ready, we’re ready', says manager

The Covid-19 pandemic formed a relationship that until a few years ago seemed impossible. The bad treatment that Novak Djokovic received a year ago by the Australian government caused his former rival and now his friend, Nick Kyrgios, to come to his defense and publicly defended him on more than one occasion.

Now they have a relationship of deep respect and admiration, which has been seen on more than one occasion in recent months. Kyrgios, with a very special personality, took advantage of his Twitter account to send a couple of congratulatory messages to the now 10-time Australian Open champion.

"Hahaha I told you. We create a monster. Well done Novak Djokovic. I sat on my sofa and enjoyed the whole show," wrote the Australian tennis player, who has been very active on social media lately. Later, in another message, he even dared to predict that "he will reach 28 Grand Slams, easy." And the truth is, the number, right now, seems very doable given the way he's performing as a 35-year-old.

It shows no signs of coming down, far from it. The Australian player, Thanasi Kokkinakis, also wrote a strong message in favor of the Serbian tennis player: "Nole Djokovic is simply different." Two of the most peculiar and controversial tennis players on the ATP circuit were impressed by Novak Djokovic's latest work.

And is not for less.

Kyrgios was forced to miss the 2023 Australian Open

Nick Kyrgios' manager and friend, Daniel Horsfall, has shared a welcome update regarding the Australian star's injury. "The surgery went great," he announced to the relief of Kyrgios' many fans.

“To be honest, we couldn’t have asked for a better result. We’re all pretty pleased, the team is ready to go, when he’s ready, we’re ready." The 27-year-old posted a video showcasing his brilliant tennis skills at the Indian Wells Masters, stating that he missed being on the court.

"Miss doing me," he wrote on Instagram. After the last Slam I played, the US Open last year, I was very hard on myself. This injury does not allow me to move well, the only way to fix the problem is an operation" Australian, Nick Kyrgios was forced to miss the Australian Open due to a lateral meniscus injury.

The native of Canberra underwent surgery a week ago and updated his followers through his Instagram account. "Surgery complete. I'll do everything I can to get back to my best. Love you all."

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