Australian Nick Kyrgios has suggested that being a part of Team World at the ATP Cup is much more entertaining than being a part of Team Europe as he thinks Team World players are much more closer to each other. The 25-year-old Australian has made it clear multiple times that he enjoys playing team events and he has taken part in each of the first Laver Cup editions.
Kyrgios, ranked at No. 40 in the world, signed up to play at the Laver Cup this year as well but the event for called off due to the coronavirus outbreak. When asked by Andy Murray during their Instagram Live session why he loves playing the Laver Cup, Kyrgios said, per the AAP: "It’s because it’s fun man.
"I am there with my best buds, trying to beat some European guys who have no banter, don’t give one-eff about each other and act like they care for one week which pisses me off. “Let’s be honest, (Stefanos) Tsitsipas and (Alexander) Zverev hate each other, then they are besties all of a sudden.
“Someone like (Dominic) Thiem ... I mean I like to get good vibes from trying a new cocktail ... he’d prefer to watch paint dry. "Team World, that is what we are all about man, if you (Murray) came over to Team World we would win”.
Six-time ATP champion Kyrgios invited Murray to play doubles once tennis returns. "We don’t care about Nadal, Djokovic and Feds, man. We all love you. Ordinary people like us love you," Kyrgios claimed.