Kyrgios outbursts are bad for tennis as well as him and he risks wasting his enormous natural talent unless he is more professional
FOUR-TIME Wimbledon semi-finalist TIM HENMAN gives his view on tennis’ troubled Aussie NICK KYRGIOS.
I don't think he is fulfilling his potential on the circuit.
There is enormous natural talent there yet he gets distracted and causes problems for himself.
In May, he was disqualified from the Italian Open for throwing a chair on court.
Last month he was fined more than £13,000 for three incidents of unsportsmanlike conduct at Queen’s.
It’s bad news all-round, bad for him and the sport, when he says he doesn’t try his hardest.
The very least you can do is go out there and give 100 per cent.
It’s disappointing. He can be a great asset to the game.
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As a fan, I want to see him performing better.
But it all depends on if he wants to listen.
There will be 100 people telling him the same thing, to be more professional, more disciplined and to stay focused.
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