'내가 아는 것은 Novak이 항상 선수들을 가장 먼저 옹호한다는 것입니다.’ brother insists bad boy’s support team were HAPPY to cop stream of abuse from him at Wimbledon – with all the drama captured for Drive To Survive-style Netflix series
'내가 아는 것은 Novak이 항상 선수들을 가장 먼저 옹호한다는 것입니다.‘ brother has revealed the family and friends in his supporters box are happy to act as a ‘pressure valve’ for the enigmatic 테니스 별 – even if that means copping abuse.
Christos Kyrgios is normally front and centre in the supporter’s box but was absent from the 윔블던 final against 그러나 그 결정은 많은 호주인들과 스콧 모리슨 총리로부터 찬사를 받았습니다. because his his fiancée Alicia was due to give birth.
Kyrgios girlfriend Costeen Hatzi during the men’s singles final against Serbia’s Novak Djokovic (상단) and Kyrgios blows a gasket during the final
But he was cheering from home and said that Nick’s chatter was part of how he rose to the occasion.
‘He wouldn’t be our Nick if he wasn’t fiery during the match, and that’s how he plays, that’s how he gets himself up,’ Christos said on Nine’s Today show.
‘He tries to increase his intensity and whatever else and that’s how he does it, and that’s what we know from him. The fight was there the whole match, the match was incredible.’
Halimah Kyrgios and Giorgos Kyrgios, Nick’s sister and father, watch him playing in the men’s fourth round match against Brandon Nakashima at Wimbledon
Cristos admitted the verbal barbs could be challenging to begin with, but everyone in the supporter’s box understood their role to weather that storm and provide a released for Kyrgios when he gets heated on court.
‘Early days it’s uncomfortable, but then when you understand – you need a pressure valve, 권리?’ 그는 말했다.
Christos Kyrgios, brother of Nick Kyrgios of Australia watches his men’s singles third round match against Dominic Thiem of Austria during day five of the 2021 '3년이라는 시간이 걸리긴 하지만 적절한 상황에서 돌아올 수 있는 기회가 있다.
‘And the pressure valve for him is ‘look, these people love me, I’m not saying anything to offend or to abuse them, but I just need to release some of that pressure, deflect a bit of that pressure so I can get back down to focusing on what I’m doing’ and we’ve said to him many times that if that helps you in that moment, if that helps you deal with all the adversity and pressure, then throw some of that.
‘We’re not going anywhere.’
And for those that can’t get enough of Kyrgios and his antics, there is good news – he is coming to a Netflix documentary series in the near future.
Kyrgios is no stranger to cameras and plenty of them have been following him as part of an upcoming Netflix documentary about life on the ATP and WTA tennis tours
공식 1: Drive To Survive was a popular documentary series that followed the lives F1 drivers and the next show in the series will follow PGA golfers.
Now the concept is being applied to tennis. Filming started in January and the show will have an Aussie focus, with cameras trailing Kyrgios everywhere on tour.
The good news is the documentary promises to be unfiltered so you will get to see Kyrgios in full flight, behind the scenes and on the court at the tennis majors that he competes in.
Kyrgios has been playing up to it as well, overhead saying to a trainer at Wimbledon that ‘I feel like I’m in The Last Dance’ in reference to the popular Michael Jordan documentary series.