Nick Kyrgios lays down Queens challenge to Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal
Nick Kyrgios has joined an increasingly impressive field for the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club in June.
The Australian has not won a match in three previous attempts at the tournament, with Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic his primary conquerors.
However, after joining Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Marin Cilic and Grigor Dimitrov in confirming his intention to play at Queens this year, Kyrgios has set his sights high.
“I really want to do well at the Fever-Tree Championships. Grass is a surface I know I can play well on and it frustrates me that I haven’t been able to play my best so far at The Queen’s Club.
“I was injured last year and I’ve had some rough draws, but I’m confident I can put it together. If I do, I can win it. It’s a great tournament with a lot of history, and I’m pumped to be going back.”
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