Kyrgios remains intractable at the US Open
Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios crushed American JJ Wolf 6-4, 6-2, 6-3 after 2:10 of play in the first round of the US Open. The world number 25 will face either Daniil Medvedev or Yibing Wu in the third round.
Nick Kyrgios He hasn’t played many tournaments this season, but in those he has participated in, he has reached the final stages. The Aussie shows a much more mature attitude and a determination to get anyone in trouble. In this year 2022, he retained the title of Washington ATP 500. In addition, he reached the final of Wimbledon, as one of its most important weeks. In addition, he made the semi-finals of Halle, Houston and Stuttgart. In addition, he reached the quarter-finals in indian goods and the fourth round in Miami. In his previous weeks, he fell in the quarterfinals. Montreal and in the second round of Cincinnati.
JJ Wolf He lives the best moment of his career, reaching his best historical ranking. The American hasn’t won any titles this season, but he’s had some great results. Among them, the 23-year-old tennis player reached the semi-finals of the Phoenix, Savannah and Orlando Challengers. Moreover, he passed the classification and reached the second round of the Acapulco, Indian Wells and Miami ATP. Additionally, he made the quarter-finals in Sarasota, Tallahassee and Rome. In his final weeks he fell in the early rounds of Cincinnati and Winston-Salem.
Kyrgios advances in New York
At the start of the match, the two won with their powerful performances. So, Nick Kyrgios he found the return, moved his opponent and broke the serve. After saving a break point, the Australian served broadly to take the set par 6-4 in just 30 minutes.
Already with a set up, the Bad Boy played more loose and overwhelmed JJ Wolf, which could not find any results. Serving with plenty of power and placement, Kyrgios captured back-to-back breaks to sweep 6-2 in 31 minutes.
Once again, the world No. 25 sparked the comeback to start a break in the third set. In the next game, Wolf had four break points, but his opponent’s serves gave him no chance. Carefree, the Australian held on throughout the set. Finally, he participated in the ninth game and broke to seal the victory in 6-4, 6-2, 6-3 after 2:10.
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