Nick Kyrgios is working like never before

Nick Kyrgios already has several weeks working on the court

by Simone Brugnoli
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Nick Kyrgios is working like never before
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There are no estimated dates or a clear idea of his return, But Nick Kyrgios already has several weeks working on the court with a racket in hand after months of training thoroughly in the gym to compete again in the best tennis in the world after overcoming a wrist injury that almost takes him to retirement.

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After being operated to repair a total rupture of the scaffold ligament, Kyrgios has delivered himself to training like never before. "My family and my girlfriend don’t understand everything I’m doing. Honestly, what I’m going through is tremendous, I’ve never worked so hard," said Nick Kyrgios.

Nick Kyrgios prepares his return

Nick Kyrgios’ goals are clear, he dreams of recovering that level he showed in the Cathedral of tennis in 2022 and enjoy tennis once again.

"There will be people who demand that I win games when I return. They’ll think if I face a Top 40 I’ll have to beat easy, but the truth is they don’t understand anything. You have no idea what I’m going through.

I would love to face Djokovic once again and feel competitive. I dream of going back to the level that allowed me to be one set away from winning Wimbledon, but I know it’s not easy and I’ll need time," confessed Nick Kyrgios.

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Kyrgios published on his social channels a video in which he trains, on the concrete courts. Considering that in London Nick will be busy in the observation booth, we can venture that the 28-year-old can return to the circuit after the Olympics.

Following the competition in five circles, which will be played in Paris from July 26 to August 11, the tennis players will catapult in the second part of the season, which will be staged in its most important events between America and China.

Cincinnati, Toronto and Shanghai have a great charm, but Us Open would be the perfect showcase for its return in style.

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