Nick Kyrgios: "My privacy is not under my control"
Nick Kyrgios, after the disappointment related to the elimination at the US Open 2022 quarterfinals, answered some questions from his fans on Instagram. The Australian player talked about his immense love for basketball and his relationship with his new girlfriend Costeen Hatzi. He said: "People also like to speculate about where I park the car and how many breaths I take. Privacy is not under my control. I am really proud of this relationship, we are both happy. What we share with the outside world is only the 5% of what happens." Everyone knows the Australian's passion for basketball: "I have a tattoo dedicated to Kobe Bryant on my right arm. Basketball was my first love, in fact there is also a basketball among my tattoos." Nick is pleased with his progress: "I'm the only Australian left in the men's tournament, it's the same story every time. I've worked hard to get to the round of 16 of the US Open. I've always wanted to play against the best in the major stadiums of the world. world." Nick's great tennis moment Nick Kyrgios is having probably the best moment of his entire career. The Australian talent has had a more professional attitude over the past three months and the fruits of hard work have been seen right away. The Canberra player reached the final at Wimbledon, relinquishing honorably to Novak Djokovic after winning the first set. Despite the defeat, Nick sold out dearly to the last point and forced Nole to play his best to win his seventh Church Road title. Building on the confidence gained, Kyrgios won the ATP 500 in Washington by unleashing a series of impeccable performances. The number 25 ATP has started his journey very well at the US Open 2022, confirming that he is one of the most in shape players of the moment. After defeating Thanasi Kokkinakis and Benjamin Bonzi and Daniil Medvedev at the US Open, his run stopped ahead of Karen Khachanov.