Nick Kyrgios has received good news ahead of Wimbledon 2022

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has had a mixed season in 2022 so far. After winning the Grand Slam doubles title at the Australian Open, the Australian star had some good results on the tour during the hard court season.

After missing out on clay, the player recently returned to the Stuttgart Open to prepare for Wimbledon. After that, he also played in the Halle Open. Surprisingly enough, he put in some outstanding performances in both tournaments when he reached the semi-finals in both tournaments. As a result, he will rise in the ATP rankings, which is good news for the Australian.


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Nick Kyrgios enters the top 50 in the ATP rankings

Yesterday, the 27-year-old Australian lost in the semi-finals to Hubert Hurkacz in Halle in a tough three-set match. After 2 hours and 4 minutes of outstanding tennis, Kyrgios lost the fight to the Polish star with a score of 6-4, 6-7, 6-7. Even though Kyrgios lost the match, he played a great match.

Meanwhile, with a string of good results on grass, the Australian will enter the top 50 of the ATP rankings on Monday. By the way, this will be the first time in 15th The months in which Kyrgios will return to the top 50.

It’s safe to say that it would be a morale for Kyrgios, as he considers himself one of the top 10 green roof players in the world at the moment. Definitely, he played like a top 10 player in the two tournaments he’s played so far in the grasscourt season.


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Could Kyrgios cause some massive disruption at Wimbledon 2022?

In 2014, the Australian tennis star achieved his best result at Wimbledon, reaching the quarter-finals. At the same tournament, he shocked the whole world by defeating Rafael Nadal in the round of 16. Sure, he has the potential to cause some huge surprises in the upcoming Grand Slam event.

March 23, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Nick Kyrgios (Australia) serves against Adrien Mannarino (France) (not pictured) in the first-round men’s singles match at the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

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Before that, he will play another tournament at the Mallorca Open, which will be his last preparatory session before Wimbledon. He is set to play Serbian Laslo Djeri in the Round of 32. Meanwhile, despite being in the top 50, Kyrgios will not be seeded in the main draw at Wimbledon, which means he probably won’t get a positive tie.

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