Nick Kyrgios & Angelique Kerber
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. Angelique Kerber (born 18 January 1988 in Bremen) is a professional German tennis player who is currently ranked at a career high of World No./5
Nick Kyrgios Angelique Kerber Maria Sharapova Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Rafa Nadal Tommy Robredo Marinko Matosevic Sam Groth Igor Sijsling Vasek Pospisil Ashleigh Barty Matthew Ebden Jerzy Janowicz Thanasi Kokkinakis Serena Williams Australian Open Bernard Tomic
The 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios has yet to come to terms with his achievement of defeating Rafael Nadal on the day when Maria Sharapova was beaten by Angelique Kerber at Wimbledon
What outstanding tennis from Center Court at Wimbledon today! First, great victory for Angelique Kerber winning against Maria Sharapova in one of the best matches of the tournament so far. Kerber needing her 7th match point to close it out, becomes the second German to make it to the Quarterfinals along with Lisicki. The biggest upset in the men’s draw came today as 19-year old Australian Nick Kyrgios, who only turned professional last year, beat Rafa Nadal. Kyrgios’ phenomenal display of serving and aggressive, fearless play from the baseline earned him a well-deserved victory against the world’s No. 2. He certainly showed today that he can play on the biggest stage with the best players. As far as I’m concerned the future for Australian tennis looks very promising. It was pleasure to watch.
champions stunned! Teenager Nick Kyrgios pulled off Wimbledon's biggest upset, taking down defending US Open champ Rafa Nadal, Maria Sharapova fell to Angelique Kerber and Roger Federer avenged his 2013 US Open loss to Tommy Robredo. Thumbs up if you think Roger can win it all. View full gallery:
What a day of upsets at Wimbledon! Angelique Kerber took out Maria Sharapova, and Nick Kyrgios knocked out Rafa Nadal!
Maria Sharapova faces Angelique Kerber a day later than expected as the pair Court No 1 match was suspended due to rain on Monday. The women will be followed by a battle between Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios for a place in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon. Elsewhere, Tommy Robredo will take on seven-time champion Roger Federer over on Court No 1
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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