Nick Kyrgios v Karen Khachanov live stream | US Open 2022 preview

Nick Kyrgios and Karen Khachanov will go head-to-head in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 US Open on Tuesday.

Kyrgios extended his record to 4-1 against Daniil Medvedev in the previous round, hitting 20 aces to just seven double faults, while scoring 53 winners. Due to this victory, the Australian has now reached the US Open Quarter-Finals for the first time in nine attempts.

Kyrgios has been in excellent shape over the past couple of months, reaching his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon in July and then went on to lift the trophy in Washington at the beginning of August.

During the first week here in New York, Kyrgios dispatched the likes of Thanasi Kokkinakis, Benjamin Bonzi and J.J. Wolf while dropping just one set in the process.

Khachanov, like his upcoming opponent, is enjoying his best performance at the US Open to day. The Russian defeated Pablo Carreno-Busta in a five-set thriller in the previous round to book his spot in the Quarter-Finals for the first time in his career.

He has dropped a set in each of his four matches in Flushing Meadows so far, but his toughest match was against Carreno-Busta for sure. Khachanov won a total of 140 points in that match, hitting 11 aces and 43 winners.

A victory in the Quarter-Finals will propel Khachanov into the top 20 in the rankings, so we expect him to be very focused.

Kyrgios is the main favourite of this tie, but we expect Khachanov to make him work for this win. Our prediction is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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Defending champion Daniil Medvedev and Nick Kyrgios will square off for the third time this year in the Fourth Round of the US Open on Sunday.

Medvedev is on a quest to defend his US Open title and he looked very motivated for the entire week. The Russian has obliterated every opponent so far, dispatching the likes of Stefan Kozlov, Arthur Rinderknech and Wu Yibing in straight sets.

The world number one had a decent season so far but was not able to replicate his amazing performances from 2021. Early this year, Medvedev reached the final at the Australian Open, the Semi-Finals of the Mexican Open and the Quarter-Finals of the Miami Open.

After being sidelined with a hernia for almost two months, Medvedev returned to action and has reached two consecutive finals at Libema and Halle.

Most recently, the Russian managed to win the Los Cabos Open before losing against Kyrgios in the opening round in Montreal and in the Fourth Round against Stefanos Tsitsipas in Cincinnati.

Meanwhile, Kyrgios has enjoyed a great run of form recently, having won 17 of his last 20 matches on grass and hard courts. During this impressive run, he finished as runner-up to Djokovic at Wimbledon before lifting the trophy in Washington.

The Aussie also made a quarterfinal appearance in Montreal where he lost in three sets against Hubert Hurkacz.

Head-to-head, Nick Kyrgios leads the way versus Medvedev as the Australian has won three of the four meetings with the Russian.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 38.5 Games at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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Nick Kyrgios continues his 2022 US Open campaign with a Second Round show-down against Benjamin Bonzi on Wednesday.

Kyrgios has enjoyed his most successful season to date, reaching a maiden Grand Slam final at Wimbledon and going on to claim the Citi Open title in Washington without dropping serve all tournament.

The 27-year-old had won 15 of his last 16 matches in all competitions at one stage, producing undoubtedly the most consistent tennis of his career so far.

He returns to New York aiming to banish a below-par record in the US Open, having never made it beyond the Third Round stage in eight previous appearances.

Kyrgios is situated in a formidable top section of the draw which also houses world number one and defending champion Daniil Medvedev, but made a promising start by brushing aside his Aussie compatriot and doubles partner Thanasi Kokkinakis in straight sets.

Bonzi, meanwhile, came through an epic five-set contest against fellow Frenchman Ugo Humbert in Round One, fending off a spirited fightback by his opponent from two sets down.

The world number 50 is vying to advance beyond the Second Round of a Grand Slam for the first time, having fallen at this hurdle in this year’s Australian Open and Wimbledon Championships.

Bonzi is facing Kyrgios for the first time and victory here would signal a significant statement of intent as he looks to make further inroads in the world’s top 50.

Either Chile’s Alejandro Tabilo or American wildcard J. J. Wolf will await the winner in the Third Round later in the week.

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Daniil Medvedev and Nick Kyrgios will square off in the Second Round of the National Bank Open 2022 on Wednesday.

Medvedev comes into this tournament on the back of four consecutive wins in Los Cabos where he did well to lift his first trophy on hard courts this year.

It was surprising to see that Medvedev has not dropped a single set in Los Cabos given the fact that he hadn’t played a single match in almost two months.

The North American hard court swing is definitely one of Medvedev’s favourites. It was here, after all, when he introduced himself to the tennis world back in 2019.

Three years ago, the Russian managed to reach six consecutive finals in Washington, Montreal, Cincinnati, Flushing Meadows, St. Petersburg, and Shanghai.

Medvedev will be looking to defend his title here at the National Bank Open, but he will face an in-form Kyrgios.

The Australian star reached his first major final at Wimbledon a month ago and then he wrapped up a title in Washington.

Overall, Kyrgios has lost just once in his last 14 matches on grass and hard courts. In the opening round of this year’s National Bank Open, he secured a straight-set victory over Sebastian Baez, which was actually his third consecutive win without losing a set.

Kyrgios has won two of the three meetings with Medvedev, but he lost the most recent one at the Australian Open back in January.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 22.5 Games at odds of 7/10 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic claimed a magnificent seventh Wimbledon title after coming from behind to beat Nick Kyrgios by three sets to one in the final.

It was also a fourth on the spin at SW19 for the Serbian, who became the fourth male player to achieve that feat after Bjorn Borg, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.

Despite losing the first set against Kyrgios, who was appearing in his maiden Grand Slam showpiece, Djokovic recovered to join Sampras and William Renshaw on seven crowns at the All England Club, while moving to within one of Federer’s record tally of eight.

Although, the top seed did leapfrog the Swiss ace after capturing his 21st piece of Grand Slam silverware; a total now only bettered by Margaret Court (24), Serena Williams (23), Steffi Graf and Rafael Nadal (both 22).

“I’ve lost words for what this tournament and trophy means to me and my team and family,” said Djokovic.

“I’ve said this many times – it always has been and always will be the most special tournament in my heart; the one that motivated and inspired me to start playing tennis.

“My first image of tennis was grass and Wimbledon. I always dreamed of coming here, playing on this court and realising the childhood dream and winning this trophy.

“Every single time, it gets more and more meaningful and special, so I’m very blessed and very thankful to be standing here with the trophy.

“This tournament has the most history and most recognition around the world. I’m extremely happy and grateful to be here.”

Appearing in his first major final at the 30th attempt, Kyrgios was the first Australian and unseeded player to contest the men’s singles championship match at Wimbledon since Mark Philippoussis in 2003.

But the world number 40 seemed to settle quickly; dropping just five points on serve and crucially breaking in game five, before his seventh ace of the contest wrapped up the opening set.

However, this was not unchartered territory for Djokovic, who had also lost the opening set in his quarter-final and semi-final victories over Jannik Sinner and Cameron Norrie respectively.

It had been 73 years since a male player had lifted the trophy at Wimbledon having dropped the first set in each of his final three matches; Ted Schroeder last achieving the feat in 1949.

Nevertheless, the top seed made a purposeful start to the second; breaking in game four to establish control.

Although, Kyrgios squandered four opportunities to respond and prolong proceedings at 5-3, and his frustration was evident as the reigning champion levelled.

The Australian’s inability to convert game points proved costly again in the third set; three going begging from 40-0 up at 4-4.

Venting his anger towards his entourage, he was made to pay by a man whose last defeat on Centre Court came against Andy Murray in the 2013 final.

Neither player buckled on serve as a tense fourth set went to a tie-break. Djokovic, who saved five of the six break points he faced, needed no second opportunity with the finish line in sight; dominating proceedings to secure title number seven.

“He’s a bit of a God, I thought I played well,” Kyrgios said. “It’s been an amazing couple of weeks for me personally.

“I definitely need a well-earned vacation after this one.

“I’m just really happy with this result – it’s probably the best in my career – and hopefully one day, I’ll be here again, but I don’t know about that.”

Top seed Novak Djokovic aims to secure a fourth consecutive Wimbledon title at the expense of first-time finalist Nick Kyrgios on Sunday.

Djokovic is attempting to become only the fifth man in the Open Era (after Björn Borg, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal) to register at least four consecutive titles at one major. By reaching his 32nd major final, he has surpassed the all-time record he had shared with Federer.

The Serbian star has not been at his prolific best this tournament, being pushed all the way by Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals before having to recover from a set down to defeat Britain’s Cameron Norrie in the Semi-Final.

Kyrgios has undoubtedly had a more straightforward route to get to the final, mainly due to his Semi-Final walkover of Nadal after the Spaniard had to withdraw from the competition with an abdominal injury.

The Aussie ace had his own troubles reaching that Semi-Finals, though, being taken to five sets by both Paul Jubb and Brandon Nakashima before battling his way through.

The world number 40 has become the first unseeded man to reach a major final since Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the 2008 Australian Open, as well as the first Australian man to reach a major final since Lleyton Hewitt at the 2005 Australian Open.

The pair have met on two previous occasions, both in 2017, and it’s Kyrgios who has prevailed in both – at Acapulco and Indian Wells.

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Novak Djokovic route to Wimbledon Final

Round Opponent
Round One Beat Kwon Soon-woo 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
Round Two Beat Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-1, 6-4, 6-2
Round Three Beat Miomir Kecmanović 6-0, 6-3, 6-4
Round Four Beat Tim Van Rijthoven 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 
Quarter-Final Beat Jannik Sinner 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2
Semi-Final Beat Cameron Norrie 2-6 6-3, 6-2, 6-4

Nick Kyrgios route to Wimbledon Final

Round Opponent
Round One Beat Paul Jubb 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 6-7 (3-7), 7-5
Round Two Beat Filip Krajinovic 6-2, 6-3, 6-1
Round Three Beat Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7(2-7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(9-7)
Round Four Beat Brandon Nakashima 4-6, 6-4, 7-6(7-2), 3-6, 6-2
Quarter-Final Beat Cristian Garin 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(7-5)
Semi-Final Beat Rafael Nadal by Walkover

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Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon 2022 through injury on the eve of his Semi-Final clash with Nick Kyrgios.

Nadal was visibly struggling with an abdominal injury during his Quarter-Final contest against Taylor Fritz on Wednesday, but pushed through the pain barrier to win a five-set thriller.

The 36-year-old returned to the practice court at SW19 on Thursday for light training but showed further signs of discomfort when serving.

Nadal confirmed he has suffered a tear in his abdominal muscle which means he would not be able to be competitive over a further potential two matches in the space of three days.

His withdrawal means Kyrgios receives a bye into his first Grand Slam final – where either Novak Djokovic or Cameron Norrie await.

“Throughout the whole day I have been thinking about the decision to make,” said Nadal.

“I think it doesn’t make sense to play. I feel very sad to say that.

“I can’t imagine myself winning two matches and for respect to myself in some way I don’t want to go out and not be competitive enough.

“A couple of weeks ago I saw my career very different because of the foot injury.

“The most important thing is happiness more than any titles. I can’t risk that match and stay two or three months out of the competition.

“I am very sad and it is a very tough one.”

Nadal, who picked up the Australian Open and French Open titles earlier in the year, was bidding to make it a hat-trick of Grand Slams and take his overall tally to 23.

He has suffered numerous injury setbacks already this season, including a rib problem at Indian Wells and a recurrence of a longstanding foot injury at Roland Garros.

The Spaniard ignored calls from his father and sister to quit during his match against Fritz but insisted he had no regrets over the decision to continue.

The all-time record Grand Slam holder will now aim to get back to full fitness in time for the US Open at Flushing Meadows later next month.

Kyrgios swept aside Chile’s Cristian Garin in straight sets on Wednesday to break new ground and Nadal’s withdrawal means he will have three days’ rest prior to Sunday’s showpiece.

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Nick Kyrgios will face off against Cristian Garin in an unmissable Wimbledon Quarter-Final on Wednesday.

It seems that Garin loves Wimbledon’s grass as he managed to reach at least the Fourth Round here for the second year in a row. Last year, he was stopped by Novak Djokovic in the Last 16, but he came through a five-set thriller against Alex De Minaur earlier in the week to go one better.

Garin is now the first Chilean player to appear in the Quarter-Finals at Wimbledon since Fernando Gonzalez in 2005.

He has been struggling with fitness issues over the past year, and his win/loss record before the start of Wimbledon was reading 12 wins and 15 defeats.

Meanwhile, Kyrgios is having an amazing grass season to date. The Aussie has reached the Semi-Finals in Stuttgart and Halle before a precautionary withdrawal at Mallorca.

This fortnight at Wimbledon, Kyrgios has played some tough matches as he lost at least one set in three of his four matches. Actually, he actually needed two five-setters in order to reach this stage of the competition.

The interesting fact is that Kyrgios holds a solid record in five-setters, having won 11 of his previous 14 five-set matches.

Nick has never progressed beyond the quarterfinal in Grand Slams and this is probably his best opportunity to do it given the fact that Garin isn’t a grass specialist.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 33.5 Games at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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Nick Kyrgios is preparing for the first Grand Slam semi-final of his career after easing past Cristian Garin in Wednesday’s quarter-final.

It looks as though the 27 year-old is back playing his best tennis, with his run to the last four at Wimbledon 2022 leading some pundits to tip him for outright glory at SW19.

He came through an epic five-set match with wildcard, Paul Jubb, in the first round, a challenge he found much tougher than his second-round tie against Filip Krajinovic, whom he dispatched in straight sets.

An ill-tempered match with Stefanos Tsitsipas followed in the third round. Kyrgios ran out winner in four sets, but the match highlighted both the best and the worst of the Australian’s on-court antics. The next round saw Kyrgios pushed to his limits again, this time overcoming a shoulder complaint to win a five-set duel with Brandon Nakashima and progress to the last eight of Wimbledon for the first time since 2014.

Next he brushed past unseeded Garin in his first Grand Slam quarter-final since the 2015 Australian Open. He’ll face a semi-final clash with the winner of the quarter-final between American Taylor Fritz and Rafael Nadal of Spain.

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Brandon Nakashima and Nick Kyrgios will square off in the Round of 16 of Wimbledon 2022 on Centre Court on Monday.

Nakashima seems to be enjoying the grass season so far as he registered 10 victories in his 13 matches on this surface. Brandon made the quarterfinals in Surbiton and Hertogenbosch before reaching the round of 16 in Eastbourne a fortnight ago.

The American has dropped just two sets in his three matches at Wimbledon so far after beating the likes of Kuhn, Shapovalov, and Galan Riveros.

Nakashima served very well in the previous round against Galan Riveros, but he is now facing a top-class grass-court player in the shape of Nick Kyrgios.

Meanwhile, Kyrgios was able to defeat Stefanos Tsitsipas in four sets in the previous round despite losing the opening set. It was a controversial match with both players accusing each other’s behaviour on the court.

Kyrgios has dropped three sets in his first three rounds at Wimbledon this week, although two of these were against Jubb in the opening match.

Overall, the enigmatic Australian is having an excellent season with 21 victories out of 29 matches.

We fancy Kyrgios to continue his Wimbledon adventure, so we back the Asian Handicap -4.5 Games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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