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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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Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios have both been fined for their conduct during the fiery third-round showdown at Wimbledon on Saturday.

The Australian set up a fourth-round showdown with Brandon Nakashima after prevailing 6-7(2) 6-4 6-3 7-6(7) on No.1 Court.

Tensions were high with Tsitsipas growing increasingly frustrated by Kyrgios’ trademark temperamental approach and antics.

The fourth seed almost struck an audience member when hitting the ball into the crowd at the conclusion of the second set, while he also fired the ball at his opponent on several occasions.

Tsitsipas has subsequently been fined £8,250 for unsportsmanlike conduct – the same amount that Kyrgios was forced to pay after spitting towards the crowd following his first-round victory over Paul Jubb.

Meanwhile, the world number 40 must also play £3,300 after directing an audible obscenity towards a line judge.

Tsitsipas, who was also beaten when they faced off in Halle a fortnight ago, took a swipe at his opponent during his post-match press conference, branding him a “bully” while calling for action to be taken to tame his antics.

In response, Kyrgios questioned the lack of composure demonstrated by the Greek ace, who is still seeking his maiden Slam.

“I would be pretty upset if I lost to someone two weeks in a row as well,” the Australian said.

“He was the one hitting balls at me; he was the one that [almost] hit a spectator, he was the one that smacked it out of the stadium.

“Apart from me just going back and forth to the umpire for a bit, I did nothing towards Stefanos that was disrespectful, I don’t think. I was not drilling him with balls.

“We’re not cut from the same cloth; I go up against guys who are true competitors. If he’s affected by that today, then that’s what’s holding him back.

“If someone can just do that and that’s going to throw him off his game like that. I just think it’s soft.”

Stefanos Tsitsipas says there is “a very evil side” to Nick Kyrgios following their ill-tempered third-round showdown at Wimbledon.

Fourth seed Tsitsipas bowed out at SW19 after going down 6-7(2) 6-4 6-3 7-6(7) to the fiery Australian on Saturday.

Both players were fortunate to escape defaults during the early stages of the frosty encounter.

Kyrgios appeared to swear at officials in the first set, while a frustrated Tsitsipas narrowly missed spectators when striking a ball into the crowd at the conclusion of the second.

The Greek ace was notably annoyed by the trademark antics of Kyrgios with the world number 40 repeatedly complaining throughout the contest; officials and his entourage bearing the brunt.

And Tsitsipas, who also fired the ball towards his opponent on several occasions, has called on his fellow professionals to join forces in a bid to tackle Kyrgios’ behaviour.

“I’m a bit disappointed with some of the things that went down – especially when it’s repetitive, it starts to get really difficult to ignore,” he said during his post-match press conference.

“There comes a point when you get really tired of it; the constant talking, the constant complaining.

“We’re there to play tennis; we’re not there to have conversations or dialogue with other people.

“He bullies the opponents. He was probably a bully at school himself. I don’t like bullies; I don’t like people that put other people down.

“He has some good traits in his character, as well. But he also has a very evil side to him, which if it’s exposed, it can really do a lot of harm and bad to the people around him.

“There’s not a player that is so upset and frustrated all the time with something. It triggers so easily and fast.

“I really hope all us players can come up with something and make this a cleaner version of our sport; have this kind of behaviour not allowed or tolerated. This needs to stop; it’s not okay.”

Tsitsipas expressed remorse after his prolonged frustration culminated in him striking the ball into the crowd.

Although he felt provoked, the 23-year-old took full accountability for the incident.

“It was really bad from my side; I’ve never done that before,” he added.

“I did apologise to the people; I don’t know what went through my head at that time.

“With the circus going on at the other side of the net, it started to become very tiring.

“For sure, I’m never doing that again. It’s my responsibility, but there was also something that created that behaviour.”

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Pantomime villain Nick Kyrgios will take on fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Round of 16 of Wimbledon 2022 on Saturday.

Although he had a tough match against Paul Jubb in the opening round, Kyrgios produced a dominant performance in the second round against Filip Krajinovic. The Australian needed just one hour and 26 minutes to beat Krajinovic while dropping just six games.

Kyrgios has won nine of his 11 matches on the grass surface so far this season and he has posted back-to-back Semi-Final results in Stuttgart and Hale in the process.

The Aussie ace is in good shape at the moment, but the negative thing is that he has lost the last five matches against top five opposition.

Tsitsipas is currently on a six-match winning streak on grass after recently winning the title in Mallorca. The Greek has registered two comfortable victories at Wimbledon 2022 so far, having lost just one set in the process.

Although Tsitsipas has been a solid player over the past two years, he is yet to make a Quarter-Final appearance in two Grand Slams, including at Wimbledon. His best result at Wimbledon was reaching the round of 16 back in 2018.

Our prediction for this match is Over 40.5 Games at odds of 4/5 with Bet365.

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Filip Krajinovic will take on the enigmatic Nick Kyrgios in the Second Round of Wimbledon on Thursday.

Krajinovic has been struggling with inconsistency in this first half of the year, but he looked slightly better over the past two weeks. He recently reached his first final of the season as he lost to Matteo Berrettini in ATP London a week ago.

The Serb avoided his 5th first-round exit from Wimbledon two days ago as he defeated Jiri Lehecka in five sets. This was the Serbian’s first main draw win at Wimbledon.

Krajinovic’s record on grass isn’t such a solid one as he had just eight wins to his name before 2022.

Meanwhile, Kyrgios was also taken to the distance in the opening round as he beat Paul Jubb in five sets. The Australian star was complaining about several things in that match, whether it was the grass condition or the choices made by the referees.

The world number 40 has reached the Semi-Final in two of the three warm-up events. Both his most recent defeats were against solid opponents in the shape of Andy Murray and Hubert Hurkacz.

In addition, Nick holds a record of six victories and just one defeat in the second-round matches at Wimbledon. The 27-year-old’s best performance here was a Quarter-Final appearance.

Both players were taken to the distance in the first round, so our prediction is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 1.60 with Bet365.

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Australian star Nick Kyrgios will take on Paul Jubb of Great Britain in the opening round of Wimbledon 2022 on Tuesday.

Jubb’s recent form has been a complete mixed bag with six defeats and four victories in his last ten matches on clay and grass surfaces. The Brit has won just three of his seven matches on grass. In addition, he was eliminated in the opening rounds of the previous two tournaments in London and Eastbourne.

This is the second time when Jubb is competing at Wimbledon after receiving a wildcard chance back in 2019. He is yet to win a main draw match here and he is now facing Nick Kyrgios, who has been in solid shape recently.

On the contrary, Kyrgios has won seven of his ten matches on grass. The Australian made consecutive Semi-Final appearances in Stuttgart and Halle. Unfortunately, he couldn’t continue his good run as he was forced to withdraw from the second round of the Mallorca Open.

The Aussie ace holds a record of 6 wins and just one loss in first-round matches here at Wimbledon. His best performance here was a quarterfinal appearance way back in 2014.

Our prediction for this clash is Under 35.5 Games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev will square off on Thursday in the most anticipated match of the Second Round of the 2022 Australian Open.

Kyrgios has lost five matches in a row on hard courts towards the end of 2021, but registered his first victory of 2022 against Liam Broady in the opening round of the Australian Open 2022. Last year, Kyrgios has suffered a dramatic 3-2 loss against Dominic Thiem here in Melbourne, despite being two sets up.

Kyrgios wasn’t able to compete at the Sydney International after testing positive for COVID-19, but he looked sharp in the opening round against Broady. Nick prevailed in straight sets and delighted the crowd with his usual trick shots.

Meanwhile, Medvedev managed a comfortable 3-0 victory over Laaksonen in the opening round, although he needed a tiebreaker in the third set. The Russian is currently on a four-match winning streak on hard courts while dropping just one set in the process.

As mentioned, the Russian had an impressive 2021 during which he managed to win his first Grand Slam title at the US Open. He is now the favourite to win the Australian Open after Novak Djokovic’s departure.

We expect an entertaining match with Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 19/20 with Bet365.

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Number three seed Cameron Norrie will take on the Australian Nick Kyrgios in the Round of 16 of the Atlanta Open 2021 on Thursday.

Norrie has enjoyed an excellent year so far and heads into this clash after lifting his first-ever ATP Tour title in Los Cabos just a couple of days ago. It has to be said that prior to this success, Norrie has lost four finals, including three this year. On hard courts, the British player has won eleven of his last 15 matches and he has dropped just one set in his most recent six clashes.

Kyrgios, meanwhile, looked incredibly strong against Kevin Anderson in the opening round of the Atlanta Open 2021 a day ago. The mercurial Aussie served 15 aces and won 86% of his first-serve points, but also entertained the crowd with his bag of tricks. Nick has won the Atlanta Open back in 2016, but he has failed to win any other title since 2019.

Krygios has won the previous meeting with Norrie in straight sets while dropping just four games. However, we expect a close contest this time with Over 23.5 Games at odds of 1/1 with Bet365.

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