Nick Kyrgios & Andreas Seppi
Nick Kyrgios (born 1995) is an Australian tennis player who reached the final of the boys' doubles at the US Open in 2012. With Jordan Thompson he lost 5-7 6-4 10-6 to Kyle Edmund and Frederico Ferreira Silva. Andreas Seppi (born 21 February 1984 in Bolzano, Italy) is a professional tennis player from South Tyrol, northern Italy, who turned professional in 2000. He considers clay and hard courts his favourite surfaces./5
Nick Kyrgios Andreas Seppi Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Australian Open Marinko Matosevic Sam Groth Igor Sijsling Vasek Pospisil Ashleigh Barty Matthew Ebden Jerzy Janowicz Thanasi Kokkinakis Hisense Arena Serena Williams Novak Djokovic Venus Williams Bernard Tomic
2015 Australian Open - Women's - I was so thrilled to see Venus Williams advanced to the next round i know she's had some bad luck in recent tournaments but what a stunner with Simona Halep losing to Ekaterina Makarova that's a big wow. Men's - Stanislas Wawrinka & Nick Kyrgios had excellent matches respectively against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez & Andreas Seppi what fun & my man Novak Djokovic is still in it Woohoo!
Nick Kyrgios says his victory over Andreas Seppi feels even better than beating Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon: http…
Australia's young gun Nick Kyrgios has staged a miracle comeback to reach the quarter-finals with a tense five-set triumph over Andreas Seppi.
It could've easily blown up for Nick Kyrgios after he fell 2 sets down against Federer-conqueror Andreas Seppi, but thanks to the partisan-Hisense Arena faithful he was able to turn it around and knock out the Italian...
Not since Roger Federer — who was eliminated by Andreas Seppi in the previous round — has a teenager reached two grand slam quarter-finals. But it is not just how far and fast Nick Kyrgios has come, but how he has got there that is so exciting. Read the full story:
Australian Open draw is out and Bernard Tomic must be cursing his luck having drawn top seed Rafael Nadal in the first round. In Form Lleyton Hewitt comes up against 24th seed Andreas Seppi of Italy. Thanasi Kokkinakis had more luck drawing Igor Sijsling of the Netherlands. Marinko Matosevic will play Japans Kei Nishikori who is seeded 16. Nick Kyrgios has drawn German Benjamin Becker. James Duckworth has seed Roger Federer who although appearing vulnerable will be a very tough opponent. Jordy Thompson will play 20th seed Jerzy Janowicz from Poland. Matthew Ebden will play Frenchman Nicholas Mahut while big hitting Sam Groth plays 28th seed Vasek Pospisil of Canada. In the womens draw Ashleigh Barty has lucked out drawing top seeded Serena Williams. 17th seeded Sam Stosur will face the unseeded woman the put out of the Moorilla tournament in Hobart Czech Klara Zakopalova. Jarmila Gajdosova will play 9th seeded German Angelique Kerber. Exciting youngster Storm Sanders has drawn Italian Camila Giorgi. Olivi ...
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