Tennis Today: Nick Kyrgios highlight reel while Andy Murray and company enjoy a dinner date

Nick Kyrgios

Tennis Today is mostly about Citi Open champion Nick Kyrgios, but the likes of Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic also feature.

What’s on the site
He has only gone and done it! Nick Kyrgios came through the field, beating the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev to win the Citi Open title.

Winning your home title is always high on the list of things to tick off and Dominic Thiem can certainly mark that one as done.

Rafael Nadal will be the only member of the Big Three in action in Montreal this week, but he has shrugged off his two great rivals’ absence.

On the 20th anniversary of what turned out to be Steffi Graf’s final WTA Tour appearance, we remember perhaps her most brutally dominant performance. A 6-0, 6-0 obliteration of Natasha Zvereva at the French Open.

What’s in the news
Sportsmail has an exclusive with Mike and Bob Bryan as the “American twins open up on injury hell, Andy Murray’s incredible comeback and why bio-hacking has ensured their incredible longevity in tennis”.

Shock, horror!

Roberto Bautista Agut believes Rafael Nadal “is best placed to beat Roger Federer’s Grand Slam record” reports Express Sport.

Who would have thought that the man who is only two Slams behind Federer’s record of 20 is in a better position than the man who is four majors behind?

What’s on social media
A dinner date featuring Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Kyle Edmund and a few others.


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Back The Brits! ????

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The man of the moment.


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Blessed #6 #DC

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He was at it again, was Nick Kyrgios.

This should just be a Nick Kyrgios highlight reel.

A bit of Novak Djokovic football tennis.

The band (*insert cool boy band name here*) is back together.


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MTL?????? It’s great to be back??

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What’s on TV

ATP Montreal
LIVE – Amazon Prime Video

WTA Toronto
LIVE – BT Sport 1