Published: Fri, January 17, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Kyrgios thrilled to see Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Djokovic helping Bushfire crisis

Kyrgios thrilled to see Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Djokovic helping Bushfire crisis

"Often we make judgements of people based on what we see in the media or their social media profile".

"So when we face each other we can be the best versions of ourselves so we can pull out the best quality of tennis that we possibly can because that's what it takes to win against each other".

"That kind of rivalry has been really special between the three of us and has brought us to these tennis heights where we are at the moment".

"That's the beauty of the rivalry and I think we're contributing to the evolution of the sport".

Cape Town - Seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander believes Novak Djokovic is the man to beat heading into this year's Australian Open as Rafael Nadal has "a problem".

"Twenty years this has been my home and I've had so many great matches on this court and in this country", said Williams, whose young daughter Alexis Olympia was thrilled to meet some firefighters this week. I was very proud and obviously I've been trying to remember that and trying to relive those memories.

Let's not forget about the fact that Kyrgios accused Nadal for his slow tactics and roasted Djokovic for his "sick obsession" of wanting to be liked in the summer of 2019 during an interview for No Challenges Remaining podcast.

" I might really feel now great deals of self-confidence after the quarters and also semis, particularly, betting Lucas Pouille, that remained in kind [in the semis] I played significantly well in the semi-finals and also I really felt that self-confidence increase before the finals", Djokovic stated.

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The Australian Open has been pretty predictable over recent years with Djokovic and Federer often reigning supreme.

"Daniil [Medvedev] is playing fantastic tennis".

Nick Kyrgios of Australia plays a shot in his match against Roger Federer of Switzerland during the Rally For Relief at Rod Laver Arena. Those are the signals, indications that you intend to see in the champ's mind of one gamer.

Following disappointing performances at the remaining Grand Slams, Osaka regained some form towards the end of last season, picking up titles at the Pan Pacific Open and China Open.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, who won the season-ending ATP Finals, will be another to watch at Melbourne Park where the city's big Greek community will be right behind him.

"So tennis is in good hands".

In December she moved onto her third coach of the year - Belgian Wim Fissette - and comes into the first Grand Slam of 2020 ranked third in the world and with a new outlook on life.

"But that's inevitable. It's going to happen and, when and if it happens, it's going to be good for the sport".

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