'Couple More Checks to Pick Up…' - Controversial Star Nick Kyrgios Desires to Put a Quick End to His 2022 ATP Season

‘Couple More Checks to Pick Up…’ – Controversial Star Nick Kyrgios Desires to Put a Quick End to His 2022 ATP Season

Nick Kyrgios has performed extremely well in 2022. Earlier this year, he reached his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon. Seeing his performance, he would not be farfetched to say that he is one of the most promising Australian players on the circuit right now. However, Kyrgios is planning to end his 2022 ATP season soon after wrapping up a few things. He indicated this through his Instagram story.

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With improved rankings and a good on-court record for the year 2022, the Australian player is planning to take a rest for the remainder of the year now.

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Nick Kyrgios hints at wrapping up the 2022 ATP season

The world no.20 had a smashing start to the year when he won the Australian Open doubles title with his partner, Thanasi Kokkinakis. Though it took him quite some time to win his first singles title this year, he managed to do it in the Citi Open. Interestingly, he also won the doubles at Citi Open with his partner Jack Sock.

Sep 4, 2022; Flushing, NY, USA; Nick Kyrgios of Australia hits Daniil Medvedev on day seven of the 2022 US Open tennis tournament at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Recently, the Australian player took to his Instagram story to indicate his break from the rest of the season. He stated, “Couple more checks to pick up and then done.”

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Kyrgios reached the quarter-finals of the US Open, however, had to face a defeat there. The Australian player walked over during the quarter-finals of the Japan Open against Taylor Fritz. Eventually, Fritz went on to win the Japan Open against Frances Tiafoe.

Is Andre Agassi and Kyrgios the same?

John Morris, the agent who discovered the fiery Australian Nick Kyrgios once called him Agassi 2.0. The two are similar in their zeal on the court and also their outbursts. However, it has been contested that Kyrgios knows what he wants, but that was not the case with Agassi because he was made to play the sport under his father’s strict scrutiny.

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WATCH THIS STORY: Nick Kyrgios’ uncontrollable rant at the chair umpire in the Miami Open 2022

Kyrgios was fined multiple times this year after his on-court debacles with audiences, chair umpires, and players. However, that did not create a hurdle for him to reach his first grand slam finals against Novak Djokovic. Although he went on to lose the final convincingly, he marked the Australian’s arrival on the Tour after years of disappointing outings.

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