Nick Kyrgios found it funny that a stat shared on Twitter listing the tennis players inside the top 50 in both singles and doubles rankings "didn't exist" last year when he was still playing. "Funny this stat didn’t exist last year when I was playing healthy," Kyrgios wrote on Twitter.
As you can see from the stat, Max Purcell is the only man that's inside the top 50 in both the singles and doubles rankings.
Funny this stat didn’t exist last year when I was playing healthy 😂 — Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) August 19, 2023
What's even more surprising is the disparity between the ATP and the WTA tours, as Twitter user Juan Ignacio observed.
Kyrgios recently called out his haters
Nick Kyrgios is very active on social media, where he comments on tennis stats, describes the current unfoldings in the world of tennis, and, among others, addresses his haters.
"The bigger you get... the bigger the target. People just can't keep me out their mouth," Kyrgios recently wrote on Instagram Stories. Earlier, the Australian announced to everyone that he'll be back where he belongs. "Heartbroken about the US Open.
I will be back. My wrist is not ready yet to compete. But may I remind people I have a protected ranking of 21 when I choose to be back, lIl be back where I belong," Kyrgios said in a statement posted on his Instagram Story.
On a lighter note, Kyrgios recently made fun of Djokovic's recent hooping session with Andrey Rublev. "This is one thing I’d beat you in hahahahahahaha." Djokovic responded: "k1ngkyrg1os you probably would... But not from 'downtown.'