Nick Kyrgios hit a lot of funny shots lately like the underarm serve in Acapulco against Rafael Nadal and then at the Miami Open. The Australian player said he learned them on his own: "No one taught me those shots, Man.
No one taught me how to play, really. Not like that. You just told me someone told me how to play." Kyrgios appreciates serious players as well: "It's a talent in itself for, like, Coric to come in here every day and do everything to an absolute T and be professional and work hard.
I don't have that. I don't have that. He's got that. Like, we're all just different. Why do we have to ask questions all the time? Could that just not be the answer?" He added, "Doesn't affect me, but of course, I'm going to respond to a fan.
Like, if they say something that I obviously take offense to, like on center court or something like that, for sure. I lost the point. Doesn't really affect me, but that's just the rules. If I swear or something, then I'll lose the point.
That's why I didn't argue it. I just walked to my chair." Kyrgios will play in Houston next month on clay, which will be the start of his clay season.