Nick Kyrgios & Benjamin Becker
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. Benjamin Becker (born 16 June 1981) is a German professional tennis player. Becker's primary weapon is a very big serve that he can hit at up to 220km/h, along with powerful groundstrokes./5
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From boys to men for Aussie duo: Aussie teen Nick Kyrgios admitted his relief after defeating Benjamin Becker ...
Nick Kyrgios, 18, won his first-round match against Benjamin Becker and Thanasi Kokkinakis, 17 will play Nadal on Thursday!
In brighter news at the Open several youngsters have announced themselves as genuine prospects after recording some impressive wins. Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis who teamed up to win the Wimbledon junior doubles last year both had good wins. Kyrgios proved to good for world German veteran Benjamin Becker in 4 sets and Kokkinakis who turns 18 in a few months and is the youngest player in the mens draw and is ranked outside of the top 500 upset world Dutchman Igor Sijsling in a gripping 5 set encounter in scorching on court conditions. Olivia Rogowska had a comfortable straight set win against Columbian Mariana Duque-Marino.
On the other side of the ledger, three Aussies are through to the next round of the Australian Open. Nick Kyrgios defeated Benjamin Becker; Thanasi Kokkinakis defeated Igor Sijsling; and Olivia Rogowska defeated Mariana Duque-Marino.
Earlier, Aussie teenager Nick Kyrgios announced his arrival as a future star with an impressive four-set win over Benjamin Becker in the first round of the Australian Open.
Melbourne (Australia) Age - Tennis: Australian Nick Kyrgios beats Benjamin Becker in round one at the Australian Open
Young Aussie Nick Kyrgios through to 2nd round of beating Benjamin Becker in four sets. Live Blog:
Australia's Nick Kyrgios reacts after a point against Germany's Benjamin Becker during their men's singles match on day two of the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 14, 2014.
Aussie youngster Nick Kyrgios beat Germany's Benjamin Becker to progress to the second round of th...
Nick Kyrgios goes BANG! What a show of resilience from our superstar-to-be, enduring shoulder pain, cramps, and 43 degree heat to defeat Benjamin Becker in four sets. He looked defeated, getting broken to give Becker a chance to serve out the fourth set, but Nick hit multiple backhand winners to force the tiebreak. He took the early lead, and then served four aces on his last four service points to close out the match. Nick is moving on to the second round here at Melbourne Park, and we are so proud of our young Australian!
BREAKING Tennis: Canberra boy Nick Kyrgios has won his first round match on debut in the in 4 sets against Germany's Benjamin Becker
We have an Aussie through to the second round on day 2! Nick Kyrgios has beaten Benjamin Becker in 4 sets.
Nick Kyrgios has gotten the fourth set to a tiebreak against Benjamin Becker. Kyrgios leads 2 sets to 1...
Nick Kyrgios has taken the third set over Benjamin Becker 6-2 and leads 2 sets to 1
Big swing. Nick Kyrgios serves for two-sets-to-love lead at 5-4, gets broken then loses the TB 7-5 to German Benjamin Bec…
Australian Open 2014 - TUESDAY Aussie Bernard Tomic takes on World No. 1 Rafael Nadal LIVE (first up) tonight on Rod Laver Arena on SC GTS/BKN. 2008 Australian Open winner Maria Sharapova faces off against American Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the evening straight after the Tomic v Nadal match. This afternoon: Aussie Lleyton Hewitt will look to continue his rich vein of form that has seen him beat Roger Federer and Andy Murray recently, as he battles Italian Andreas Seppi late this afternoon on Rod Laver Arena. Prior to that match four-time Australian Open winner Roger Federer takes on young Aussie star James Duckworth. Other DAY matches to include: Andy Murray (GBR)  v Go Soeda (JPN) – not before 5pm AEDT Victoria Azarenka (BLR)  v Johanna Larsson (SWE) – first up on Rod Laver Arena Nick Kyrgios (AUS) v Benjamin Becker (GER) – third up on Show Court 3 Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS) v Igor Sijsling (NED) – fourth up on Show Court 3
Two new Australian stars worth watching in the Men's Singles tonight. Nick Kyrgios won the Junior Australian Open last year and he faces Benjamin Becker tonight - Kyrgios could blow Becker off the court if he plays his best tennis and we are backing him at 10/11. Thanasi Kokkinakas was beaten by Kyrgios in the Aussies Junior last year and also got to the Junior US Open Final. He starts out against Igor Sijsling and could be a good bet at 13/8 - In two years time he will be 1/12 to beat the likes of Sijsling, so if he keeps his head it looks worth a bet tonight.
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