Nick Kyrgios Says He’s Learned To Keep His Mouth Shut
After a month of controversy, what has Nick Kyrgios learned?
“Keep your mouth shut at times,” Kyrgios answered after a 4-set loss last night to Andy Murray in the US Open first round.
Kyrgios, who’s only 20, says he’s learning on the go as a pro, and he’ll get better. And he appreciates Murray’s support.
“I’ve had a really good relationship with Andy for a long time now,” Kyrgios said. “I’ve played him a lot. Never beaten him. I got a set off him today. I’m making progress. He’s always had nice things to say about me. We’ve had a lot of conversations on Twitter and stuff. Whenever I’ve needed something, I’ve come to him. I’ve sort of looked at a guy like him that’s a really good role model for everyone.”
Kyrgios and Murray will hook-up again after the US Open when he and Australia travel to Scotland to play Great Britain in the Davis Cup semifinals.
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