|BORN:||27 April 1995|
Canberra, Australia/Nassau, Bahamas
|CAREER HIGH SINGLES RANK:||13|
|PLAYS:||Right-handed, two-handed backhand|
Nick is currently the highest ranked Australian in the ATP rankings and started 2018 with a fabulous win on home soil at the Brisbane International.Â The Australian burst on to the scene in 2014 when he beat the then No.1 ranked Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon to reach the quarterfinals on his debut.Â Â
Nick is the only secondÂ player, after fellow Australian Lleyton Hewitt to have beaten Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in their first meetings.Â He has won a total of four titles and is undoubtedly one of the most interesting players on the tour to watch.Â Â
He does not have a full-time coach on tour for 2018, but is mentored by former players Sebastien Grosjean and Lleyton Hewitt.Â Having visited The Boodles several times before we know that entertainment is guaranteed when Kyrgios steps on court.