VIDEO: Nick Kyrgios delivers another sensational forehand winner in Acapulco
Nick Kyrgios can’t seem to stop making controversial headlines in Acapulco, but he also continues to produce absolutely sensational tennis.
The Australian was caught aiming foul language towards the crowd in his semi-final win over Stan Wawrinka, but he also did this…
Just STOP IT!
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) March 1, 2019
“To come out there against Rafa yesterday and pull together that three-hour performance after getting some food poisoning was massive,” Kyrgios told the Tennis Channel.
“And to back it up against Stan — I was cramping like crazy towards the end of the third set [even more so].
“I was just trying to scull any sort of fluids, and just try to hit the ball as had as I can, and it ended up working.
“I feel good. Before this tournament I wasn’t playing very good, I was struggling with injuries.
“To have two big wins – obviously Seppi in the first round is a good win as well – I just feel as if the year is kind of going back on track a little bit. So I’m feeling good.”
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