Nick Kyrgios & Grand Slam

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. The four Major tennis tournaments, also called the Slams, are the most important tennis events of the year in terms of world tour ranking points, tradition, prize-money awarded, strength and size of player field, and public attention. 5.0/5

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Nick Kyrgios aims to win a Grand Slam title
Kyle Edmund claims first win in Grand Slam, sets up French Open clash with Nick Kyrgios
Kyrgios gives racism grand slam! - Piers Akerman, Sunday, July 6th, 2014 (2:16am). CANBERRA teenager Nick Kyrgios gave the lie to claims of Australian racism when he was cheered by fans across the nation and around the world after his historic victory over Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon. Kyrgios, whose father is of Greek origin and mother is from Malaysia, does not look like a whitebread Anglo sort of bloke. Yet not a commentator mentioned his features when applauding his win at the Grand Slam tournament. Nor did anyone note that Melbourne-born Musa Cerantonio, widely regarded by security forces internationally as one of the most influential ­recruiters for the ultra-violent Islamic State, formerly known as ISIL, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, looks more like an average young Anglo-Irish bush dance caller than the spruiker for Middle Eastern terrorism that he is. But there he was, with his beaming grin shining from a youthful bushy reddish beard on the ubiquitous YouTube announcing his support for ...
Roger Federer proved he can still "outrun time" and reclaim his grass-court empire by beating Milos Raonic to reach his ninth Wimbledon final. The 32-year-old dismissed Raonic 6-4 6-4 6-4 in today's semi-final, dispelling the Canadian challenger's prediction his All England Club era could come to a close. Federer will now face top seed Novak Djokovic in Sunday's final, where he can claim a record eighth title. Canada's eighth seed Raonic talked passionately about the challenge of dislodging tennis' top four in the build-up to his first grand slam semi-final. The 23-year-old believes the new wave of men's talent is finally ready to loosen the decade-long stranglehold enjoyed by Federer, Rafa Nadal, Andy Murray and Djokovic. Raonic claimed no one can "outrun time" and delay the inevitable passing of eras after his quarter-final victory over Nick Kyrgios - but even after 17 grand slam victories, Federer still has other ideas. Djokovic quietened the clamour of Queen's Club champion Grigor Dimitrov to reach hi ...
Wimbledon: Nadal and Sharapova sent packing . Nick Kyrgios, who has never progressed beyond the second round of a Grand Slam event, beat R...
What a game! So much last minute drama! Angel Di Maria scores as Argentina defeat Switzerland 1-0 after extra time. And the same drama continues in the wimbledon where australia number 144 Nick Kyrgios caused one of the greatest Wimbledon sensations by sending world number one and 14-time Grand Slam title winner Rafael Nadal crashing to a shock defeat.
Nadal out of Wimbledon-2014..! What a stunning performance with 37 Aces by Nick Kyrgios..!! - The first teen to beat a No.1 at Grand Slam since…Nadal beat Federer at 2005 Roland Garros..!!
MORNING NEWS HEADLINES | Andrew Johns is adamant Todd Carney still has a future in the NRL after the five-eighth was sacked by Cronulla following the publication of an unsavoury photo on social media. woman whose body was found in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens still hasn't been formally identified and police are hunting a homeless man over her death. a rare long break between grand slam matches couldn't have come at a better time for Nick Kyrgios ahead of his clash with Rafael Nadal. MORE headlines from Seven News: forecast:
Nadal into last 16 28 June 2014, 17:25 Rafael Nadal defeated Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin 6-7 (4/7), 6-1, 6-1, 6-1 to reach the Wimbledon last 16 on Saturday, shining beneath the Centre Court roof while torrential rain swept away action on outside courts. The second seeded Spaniard, the 2008 and 2010 champion, dropped the opening set for the third time in three matches before blitzing the world number 63. Nadal, the 28-year-old winner of 14 Grand Slam titles won 17 of the last 19 games and goes on to face either Australia's Nick Kyrgios or Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic for a place in the quarterfinal.
Sean's Report 2014 French Open The second Grand Slam of the year has seen the first major upset with No. 3 seed Stan Wawrinka crashing out in the first round. The Australian Open champion lost to Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 4-6, 7-5, 2-6, 0-6 and dished up 62 unforced errors. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer easily progressed to the second round each recording straight sets wins. On the women's side Maria Sharapova continued her great form on clay with a 6-1, 6-2 thumping over compatriot Ksenia Pervak. Defending champion Serena Williams also progressed with a win over French youngster Alize Lim. Aussie fans will be pleased as Sam Stosur won her first round clash but Ash Barty and Nick Kyrgios unfortunately bowed out. :)
Another Aussie hero has been born tonight! 17 year-old Thanasi Kokkinakis has, like his mate Nick Kyrgios, has defied excruciating cramps in this scorching weather to post an incredible victory- his first Grand Slam victory! SO MUCH EXCITEMENT for the next 10 years of Aussie tennis!!
Teenage star Nick Kyrgios will unleash months of injury frustration to launch his Australian Open dreams on Tuesday, admitting he feared last week a shoulder problem would shatter his home grand slam hopes.
Good luck tonight to Nick Kyrgios and Andrew Harris in the Wimbledon Boys Doubles final. Can they win their 2nd Grand Slam title in a row?
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