Nick Kyrgios really surprised everyone in the last press conference at the US Open, right after the sensational victory against world number one Daniil Medvedev. The Australian, as reported in a video by Eurosport, remarked: "I think my latest results have eased the pressure a bit, knowing that we have had a couple of months full of victories.
We all want to go home to our families and friends, but at the same time we have a job to do as it is the last big tournament of the season. We have a duty to try and force each other and to think positively and realize that next week we will be home anyway." Then the shocking revelation: "There are potentially three more matches and then I won't have to play tennis anymore." A phrase that leaves several questions about his future and probably two possible interpretations: they will be the last matches of the 27-year-old of the 2022 season or of his career.
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