Teen Sensation Nick Kyrgios His This Incredible Tweener Against Rafael Nadal Today [Video]
by Staff | July 1st, 2014, 7:55 pm
  • 6 Comments

Showing off a natural flare, Australian 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios hit this incredible reflex tweener against Rafael Nadal today during a 76, 57, 76, 63 win over the World No. 1.

The new sensation has won 12 straight matches including Challenger play and now moves ahead to the Wimbledon quarterfinals to face Milos Raonic tomorrow.


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6 Comments for Teen Sensation Nick Kyrgios His This Incredible Tweener Against Rafael Nadal Today [Video]

skeezer Says:

He learnt it from the best! Saaweeet!


contador Says:

Tennis channel replayed the match.

Not sure if the ‘Wild Thing’ (a nickname for Nick, apparently), can keep the level high enough to beat Raonic in the next match. Reminds me of watching young Federer beat Sampras at Wimbledon in 2001.

Nick Kyrigos was not a good match-up for Rafa on the day. The teenager has a strong two-handed backhand and handles the Nadal forehand like Djokovic or maybe more easily than Djokovic because he is taller? There was no sense of awe about playing Nadal – Rafa owns no space in the Kyrgios brain. And what I really liked about Kyrgios was how he controlled the time and made it clear who was boss when he served. :D

Congratulations Nick Kyrgios!


Bad Knee Rules Says:

@contador,
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Nick Kyrigos was not a good match-up for Rafa on the day. The teenager has a strong two-handed backhand and handles the Nadal forehand like Djokovic or maybe more easily than Djokovic because he is taller? There was no sense of awe about playing Nadal – Rafa owns no space in the Kyrgios brain. And what I really liked about Kyrgios was how he controlled the time and made it clear who was boss when he served. :D
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Spot on!!


andrea Says:

another ridiculous shot from a killer match. a-list.


Michael Says:

That was an atrocious, audacious shot from Kyrgios. It must be easily ranked as shot of the tournament.


metan Says:

Agree Michael.

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