Nick Kyrgios feels excited to play Queen's and Wimbledon. The Australian will try to break the Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal dominance. "It will be tough", admitted Kyrgios. "I think the way Novak is playing is pretty special.
Obviously Roger, he’s going to be tough to beat. Rafa is always a threat, as well. Who will win Wimbledon? I’m not thinking about that right now. You know, I’ve got a tough match tomorrow against a guy who won a title yesterday.
I want to have a good week here, find my feet. But I definitely feel like I can do damage. I have had a lot of good wins on grass. Obviously made a quarter-final run when I was a little bit younger, but I think if the stars align, for sure I can do damage there."
Meanwhile Daniil Medvedev commented on Boris Becker pushing the next generation to breakthrough: "Maybe he’s right, maybe he’s wrong. I don’t want to argue with this. After I need to say every generation is different so if it’s like this, it is like this.
You just have to take it. Maybe he’s right. If so, bad luck for us. I think the biggest reason is that the medicine, physios… everything goes forwards so before everybody was finishing their careers when they were 30, they couldn’t move anymore.
Now, Federer at 37 he can hold five sets on clay and be ready in two days. Before it was not possible, not it’s possible and with their experience they’re still ahead of us. But in one moment they’ll have to go and that’s when the next generation will start winning these titles and that’s just how life is. I can’t really answer anything to that."