Nick Kyrgios & Roger Federer
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. Roger Federer (born 8 August 1981) is a Swiss professional tennis player who held the ATP No./5
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Nick Kyrgios given Centre Court priority in prime time over Roger Federer at US Open.
Here's a suggestion for you Nick Kyrgios. Model yourself on Roger Federer. If you can manage it you will be a great player and a gentleman!
Federer suffers early defeat in Madrid: Twenty-year-old Australia's Nick Kyrgios handed Roger Federer one of h...
Melbourne (Australia) Age - Tennis: Nick Kyrgios knocks world No.2 Roger Federer out of Madrid Open
Nick Kyrgios upsets Roger Federer in second round of Madrid Open:
somehow I have heard this before...like 1980's...1990's, 2000. Nadal Fears The Continuing Of Power Tennis Power-player Rafael Nadal fears for the future of tennis, with mindless bashing of the ball ready to bury any subtleties still remaining in the game. The Spaniard who has reached the fourth round and faces Kevin Anderson, said that he thinks he might not recognize the sport in the coming years. Nadal, 28, cut the template for a more physical style, which has taken a toll on even his robust physique. His play is in sharp contrast to the effortless grace of Roger Federer or the rubber-man retrieving of number one Novak Djokovic, his current main rivals. But Nadal has his doubts about a tennis future comprising nothing but bashing balls back and forth until someone makes an error. "That seems to be the logic of this New Generation of players (Nick Kyrgios, Milos Raonic and others). it is the reality that I see. "I don't know 'what matches will look like in a few years. It is a problem also for the specta ...
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:
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 ...
I swear every time someone plays a drop shot at Wimbledon a woman in the crowd screams as though her firstborn has just been harpooned. Same woman, I like to think. Anyway! Roger Federer is through, thankfully, to face Dimitrov. More importantly, that's Rory versus Rachel. In the other semi, Kevin Brown's Novak Djokovic lies in wait for either Ruth Corps's 8th-seeded Milos Raonic, or the seedless-as-a-grape Nick Kyrgios. It's heating up. Watch this space. Or another space, all spaces are good.
Roger Federer dropped the opening set against countryman Stanislas Wawrinka but came back to win their quarterfinal match in four sets, 3-6 7-6 (5) 6-4 6-4. Nick Kyrgios is up a set in his quarterfinal against Milos Raonic, but is down a break in the second set. For either player, it would be the first time in a major semifinal. If precedent is anything to go by, Federer has a good chance of reaching the final now; he is undefeated against Raonic (4-0) but has never played Kyrgios. Also, Federer has never lost a semifinal at Wimbledon (8-0). In the top half, Novak Djokovic came back from being down two sets to one against Marin Cilic to win the match in five sets, and will face Grigor Dimitrov in the top half's semifinal.
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:
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
Roger Federer in total control, leads Giraldo 63 61 while Aussie teen Nick Kyrgios has levelled match with Vesely
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. :)
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
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 ...
Draped by a glorious Brisbane summer day, kids, parents and Olympic medallists alike were a sea of smiles around Tennis Central during another unforgettable Suncorp SunWise Kids day. Kids were spoilt for choice on court 22, floating between Nickelodeon stars SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles while trading forehands with tennis champions such as Roger Federer and Victoria Azarenka. They’d never have dreamed of having so many of their heroes on one court, but for 11-year-old Oscar – one of the lucky Hot Shots participants chosen to hit against the Swiss champion – the choice between them was a simple one. “Ninja turtles for sure.” Not many around Oscar would’ve said the same, especially Australia’s Olympic gold hurdler Sally Pearson, who was among the more star-struck faces as she joined Federer for a photo. But, Oscar’s answer might have been swayed today, experiencing the day of a lifetime alongside friends Jed and Charlotte. After Grand Slam cha ...
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