Nick Kyrgios on anxiety: I'm still trying to figure out how to deal with it

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Nick Kyrgios on anxiety: I'm still trying to figure out how to deal with it

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios did a question/answer session on Instagram and he was asked by one fan if he had any advice for anxiety. Kyrgios, a six-time ATP champion, revealed he doesn't really have an advice since he is still trying to figure how to deal with it.

"I'm still figuring out how to deal with it," Kyrgios said on Instagram Story, when asked if he had any advice for anxiety. Also, Kyrgios named Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori as the most difficult opponents to deal with.

Kyrgios has one win and five losses against Murray, while has a 0/4 record against Nishikori. "Murray, Nishikori," Kyrgios replied, when asked which opponent is the most difficult to deal with.

Kyrgios' season is over

“I need to go back home.

I have been travelling for four and a half months now. My mum is not doing too well with her health. I’d like to go back and see her," Kyrgios said at the Laver Cup. Kyrgios, a former world No. 13, hinted at an early retirement during the Laver Cup.

Kyrgios, 26, feels he has nothing left to prove and suggested he would be at peace if he retired now. "I feel like I’m not one of those players now that’s going to go hunting for points or hunting for accolades or anything like that,” Kyrgios added at the Laver Cup.

“I feel like I have nothing left to prove to myself. I’m incredibly proud of what I have achieved. “Where I go from here, everything’s a bonus. I’m playing Laver Cup again, and I’m not going to lie, I think this is my last year I will probably play Laver Cup.

“As long as I’m on the court, I will try and give my best, but I’m not going to lie and say that I’m going to plan to play four or five more years on tour. That’s just not me."