Tennis Today: Nick Kyrgios comes to the defence of the Davis Cup, Tim Henman shares his hangover cue
In Tennis Today, Nick Kyrgios speaks up for the Davis Cup and other team tournaments while Tim Henman believes he has the perfect hangover cure.
What’s on the site
The Davis Cup Finals is in full swing in Madrid and Andy Murray admits he was “lucky” to get the better of Tallon Griekspoor during Great Britain’s tie against the Netherlands.
Also in the Davis Cup Finals, there were wins for Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
When will Roger Federer retire? Well, even the man himself can’t answer that question at this stage.
What’s in the news
Nick Kyrgios of all people has come to the defence of the Davis Cup, saying there should be more team tournaments.
“Sport is entertainment at the end of the day and if no-one is watching then tennis will die out,” he is quoted as saying by AAP, via Yahoo Sport.
It looks like the “proper atmosphere” actually arrived at the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid as the Tennis Podcast reports that the Spain vs Russia tie was electric.
We know you desperately want to read the Daily Mail’s health quiz with Tim Henman.
He has hangover cure for you as well.
What’s on social media
Roger Federer the joker.
Someone asked Roger to not move while they were taking photos and this happened 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/coDFLJofNI
— Olly (@Olly_ATP_2019) November 20, 2019
Federer meeting up with the legend Juan Martin del Potro.
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And here is journalist Sebastian Torok with a video of Federer’s entrance. If you scroll down there are more videos.
— Sebastián Torok (@sebatorok) November 20, 2019
Cool shoes from Alexander Zverev.
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What’s on TV
Davis Cup Finals
LIVE – Eurosport 1
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