Nick Kyrgios apparently didn't speak to the press after his three sets loss against Roger Federer in Stuttgart, but the Australian player still gave his point of view on the close match he lost through his official Twitter account.
Kyrgios showed a positive reaction despite the tough loss. He was even happy with his opponent's achievement. 'Another couple of tiebreaks with Roger last night, another great day, and congrats to Roger for regaining the number 1.
Onto the next!', Kyrgios wrote. The 23-year-old's reaction comes as no surprise since he hugged Federer at the end of the match on court. A few days ago, after his opening round win over Maximilian Marterer, Kyrgios said he plays Wimbledon 'because I want to win it', showing his big ambitions for the rest of the grass-court season.
Kyrgios will head into Queen's to face Andy Murray.
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Another couple of tie breaks with Roger last night 🤷🏻♂️ another great day 💪🏽🙏🏻and congrats to Roger for regaining the number 1 🎾🍀🌱🍃🌿🌵 onto the next! — Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) 16 giugno 2018